It must be the suet I put out there, we have many Flickers come to the backyard this year. The feeding scene is no longer new since I spotted last year. Young Flickers perched on the tree trunk for naps is my first sight.
More a Bird and Bloom person, I could not believe that I was doing a safari photographing wild Bears and Tigers and had a great time.
I do admit that my eyes are still on the mild animals and human side of it.
It’s a half inch of the flower bud. It gives me the visual pleasure. It inspires me to focus on whatever I do. Youth is a strength. Start out right, set a sound target, and go for it.
These are not Air Ballons. They are ‘balloons’ in the air and only about 1/3″ in height.
Finally got my almost-tarnished macro lens out. It has been a while since I last used it. If not peeking through it so carefully, I would never notice the beauty of this small flower. I leave the name to the botanist.
What are they thinking when their eyes are on you, the photographer?
A casual snap with my iPhone and a little tweak at Topaz.
“What do you like to photograph?” 90% of the time you will get an answer, “I shoot everything.” If you really like to take pictures, anything can be the subject.
Not an early riser. Not going anywhere. No aggressive pursuit, Just an easy and relaxed day.
Red is not my favorite color. While looking for more uncommon flowers, I was attracted to her. I guess I like the color combo in the surroundings.
A pleasant morning in the garden. It will be better if I can be there one hour early to use the softer light.
It’s my favorite Rannunculs, a whole patch of them. I added some gradient to express what’s in my mind: the flowers are fully bathed in the sun.
It may have something to do with my youth experience in the music band. When I saw this flower, I thought about Saxophone. It’s kind of silly, but that is what came to my mind. These 2mm tubes are so dainty, can you see the mystery hidden inside?