Clover in bloom
This picture taken with nikon macro 105 with 1.7 teliconverter.
Tiny spider resting on a daisy petal on the first official day of summer.
A water lily is a jewel in the water not only for its beauty but it also aides its ecosystem. Across the water's surface it fills the lake with vibrant color while keeping the water and the creatures in it safe and healthy. Flowers come in a variety...
A beautiful patch of flowers I found at Point Lobos State Park near Carmel, CA.
Walking the trails in the Blooded Reserve, a beautiful area preserved as a natural setting,
A spring rain drop holds captive the new life of a flower.
Bug on a Common Milkweed
Spent a recent afternoon playing in a local creek...though this almost looks like a view of deep space!
There is so much to capture at Arlington National Cemetary, the patterns, the solitude, the ranks of people who served, forever eternally... It was something to behold when I stumbled across this image of a tree that is slowly overtaking a marker. ...
Weathered rock hold river stones.
This is an early morning light making the spring foilage look a little daunting.
Flowers located on the walkway of the Steel Stacks
Close up of a fresh lilly
Melbourne Botanic Garden
A close up view of a bumble bee viewing a purple flower
Water droplets on the grass after a rain.
Emergence of an adult cicada.
Also labeled: Animals
A single flower growing from the rocky top of the Big Horn Mountains.
Two dandelions disguised in the middle of the grass
Also labeled: Green
All the photos I am submitting were shot on a trail along the Kansas River, just a few days ago. Severely cropped.
I took this photo in a dry creek bed while hiking in an interesting area at Mt. Rainier where there had been a devastating river flood a number of years earlier. This area was witness to the power, devastation, and beauty of nature.
A tiny mantis baby making its garden debut
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