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Monthly Archives: July 2011
When I stepped out of the rest stop in Denali, this caribou posed for me. He kindly waited for me to get my camera out and take the shot. He was even nice enough to arrange for the polychrome hills … Continue reading
I had gone to Cumberland, MD to help a friend on his 60 mile leg of C&O Canal. As we unload the bike at the northern end of the canal, to our surprise in steamed a beautiful old train. It … Continue reading
This beautiful Swallow Tail Butterfly was feasting on flowers in Black Hill Regional Park, Boyds,MD.
For weeks now he had been jumping in the nest and flapping his wing. This morning will I watched he took his first flight. Sailed around for a minute and returned to the limb near the nest.
I had gone out at 6am to look for the young eagles I had been watching. He was sitting on a tower sunning himself. I waited for 3 hrs. while he just sat there. Then I saw several goldfinches eating … Continue reading
One evening as I was sitting on top of my tractor cab waiting for a deer I had seen, this young red fox came out to pose for his picture. Later is two brothers joined his for an hour of … Continue reading
The Fritillary Butterfly moves a round quickly, so it took sometime to get the tripod, camera, flower and butterfly all together at one time. Photographing them takes patience and lots of shots wasted when they move unexpectedly. Black Hill Regional … Continue reading
The Ruby-throated Hummingbird was darting in and out among the flower. It took several tries and lots of waiting to get this Hummingbird just as he sucked nectar from the flower.
I just love the detail in this dragon fly. Look at the hairs on the legs and each vain on the wings is clearly visible. Taken in Black Hill Regional Park, Boyds, MD.
Bumble Bee are great pollinators. When showing this picture to a little girl, she exclaimed, “No one should get that close to a bee!” I was using a 300mm telephoto lens and was about 4 feet from the bee.