An encounter with a sunny, smiling girl.
A Rarity Revealed
My first encounter with a rare specimen.
Two tiny dudes in my yard
Wildlife comes in a lot of sizes and it doesn't need to be large to impress!
Been working on my microscapes this year. Experimenting with light mostly. Including dappled sunlight, trying for some drama and separation. That's what the sunlight does in the woods, it highlights certain things and shadows others. It's some of what makes the woods magical, at least to me. Here's one of a medium-sized painted turtle I... Continue Reading →
Spring photography – not for the faint of heart
I have a love/hate relationship with spring. In the love category we have the fact that when a breeze hits your face it doesn't feel like it will freeze off. Also the twittery, fluttery birds all excited to be making more birds. Tree frogs. And the lovely green of the pale leaves as the trees... Continue Reading →