Sometimes the light may not be favorible for shooting the flowers, then, I look for the shadows to save my day of outing!
Stephen’s “Shadows” post contains some gorgeous pictures! I hope you visit to see them, especially the dragon fly photos. Cheers.
The monarch butterfly is now considered to be endangered, so these days, seeing one is a rare treat. A friend took this photo and shared it with me.
I took morning walk along Carroll Creek Linear Park in downtown Frederick in the past two days. Water lilies in different varieties and colors were …Water Lilies and Dragonflies
Stephen’s imagery is absolutely exquisite. Please stop by his blog to take a look at his water lily and dragon fly series.
I featured this same lady bug a few posts back. It seemed to be putting on a show just for us that day. This time it was a little fan dance before it…LITTLE THEATRE
I love this amazing lady bug capture from Belinda Grover. Please stop by her blog to take a look at her beautiful photography.
This white admiral butterfly, who is a northern denizen, is busy trying to attract the ladies.
I found this worker bee very busily nectar-sipping and pollen gathering in this giant thistle flower.
The bees collect nectar to feed to the young ones back at the hive.
Bees eat pollen, but they also spread it from plant to plant, and as a result are massively key to a healthy ecosystem.
Without them our world would be in serious trouble. Such lovely, tiny insects are so incredibly important to all living beings.
Trying to brighten the day for those people isolated indoors during the Covid-19 pandemic. If you get pleasure from this, please share it, so others …Today’s Pictures: 10 June 20
Don’t miss Stuart’s moth photo – so beautiful! 🙂