I see these white wildflowers occasionally during the summer. I have yet to take the time to identify them. Sometimes I like to just look at the flowers and not take up a lot of time searching to find their … Continue reading
Love at first sight? This black-eyed susan appears to be involved with the neighboring thistle. Each week Leanne Cole hosts Monochrome Madness over on her blog. It has been a lot of fun to participate in this challenge even if … Continue reading
Thought I would drop in long enough to leave this photograph before work. The black-eyed susans have started to bloom. Enjoy!
I believe that this is a female American Redstart (Setophaga ruticilla). I’m not 100% sure, it looks like it may be a juvenile. It’s still a little fuzzy. I finally had a beautiful weekend off of work and had some … Continue reading
As I said yesterday I took several photographs of this little bird. Clearly it was watching me also. I was attracted to the shininess of the blue feathers. Have a great day!
I took several photos of this bird sitting on its house. Usually they are flying around so fast you can get a shot of them. The sunlight was hitting it just right and the blue was nice and bright. I … Continue reading
When I took this photograph I was very hopeful that it would work well in B&W. This bunch of wildflowers was in the shade of the forest canopy so I tried using my pop-up flash to give some highlights. As … Continue reading
I took this photograph this morning while on a 3 mile hike with my four legged pal Lemmy. It was a beautiful day for the walk, I want to go further but not sure Lemmy was up for much more. … Continue reading
The trees are finally waking from their long winter slumber. It was easy for me to choose this photograph for this week’s MM. The new leaves have many tones that tend to show well in B&W. Each week entrants from … Continue reading