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A monarch butterfly was enjoying a flower in Black Hill Regional Park in boyds, Maryland when I took this shot.
This beautiful Swallow Tail Butterfly was feasting on flowers in Black Hill Regional Park, Boyds,MD.
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.
This Monarch Butterfly was captured in Black Hill Regional Park, Boyds, MD in late July. The park has a butterfly festival the first Saturday in September.
The male Boyds eagle is bring a partly eaten fish to his baby in the nest tree. He brought lots of food for the family but he always stopped off to eat first. He would come from the nearby lake … Continue reading
Soon after the two eaglets were hatched, the little gray ball of fluff could be seen. The mother seems to be looking with pride at the chick.
I am not sure what the male eagle is saying to his mate but he doesn’t look happy. I sat near them for many hours to get pictures of their family as they grew.
The Boyds’ American Bald Eagles are sitting side be side near their nest tree. The female is the larger eagle and has several white spots on her breast.