Close-up of flower
Moose standing in a field of lupins in Maine
Was driving towards a point on the Coast when I saw this vacant lot full of flowers. Came back the next day late in the day and shot both flowers and butterflies for about 3 hours.
I'd been by this spot several times but usually it's filled with people picnicking or just enjoying the view. This day, though clear, was very cold. No one was about allowing me to take photographs.
Winterville School House is now Winterville Library
Cloudy morning shot. Taken with tripod and polarizing filter. ISO 100 27mm f/16 1/13sec
Early morning f/6.3 1/500 sec ISO 640 focal length 280
I went to Tremont in the Smokies early on a Sunday morning in early May and found one of my favorite spots to photograph. At this time of year the foliage has an extra green glow and the streams are flowing strong with water. This spot typically is...
The Oregon Lavender Farm near Oregon City Oregon with a view of Mt. Hood.
Sunset at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm near Woodburn Oregon.
Beautiful Historic Southern Plantation founded in 1676 by the Drayton Family. It is the oldest public garden in America. While beautiful just about anytime of the year, and perfect for those special events, it is the spring time that is affords the...
Also labeled: Islands
The butterfly, Julia species, tastes the nectar of this colorful flower
Also labeled: Deserts
At the Sun Yoo island...my best place. I made a mistake to upload another retouch at midnight, so I replace previous retouch with this correct one, Sorry...
Poppy in light sepia tones.
This little blossom intends to attract the most bees by standing out on the crowded branch.
Stopped at rest area and seen a good shot of the colors coming in from spring
I wanted a Monet affect so I made this very shallow on focusing on one single poppy. This was shot several years ago when the flowers were abundant and water was plenty.
I got down to ground level to photograph a group of poppies. I like the shallow dof of yellow in front of the poppies and the line of orange behind them. Fun! Fun!
Electric Peak, on the road to Mammoth Hot Springs from Madison Junction. Electric Peak was named during the first ascent in 1872 by the United States Geological Survey. Members of the Hayden Survey led by Henry Gannett experienced electrical...
Taken right of HWY 101 about 7 miles S of Crescent City.
Also labeled: Seasons
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