Category Archives: Closeup Photography
Another from a good day at Dean Brook. This is a companion to this image that I posted last year which was located in the lower right here. Not quite as organized but plenty to immerse in.
I am organizing the archives on this cold (31°F) November morning. Not as cold as it will be tonight (16°F) and only a little colder than today’s high (35°F) but a chilly start. Bentley crawled back under the covers after … Continue reading
Another hint of frosty things to come as autumn winds down and winter approaches.
Bear’s Den has a very nice waterfall but, as with many brooks and rivers, the cascades up and downstream are attractive and offer some interest as well. A nice fall with a splash caught my eye here.
I’ve always found these smaller squirrels more interesting with loads of personality. Once while visiting a customer I opened the door to find one sitting and waiting for permission to enter. The lady had plates of nuts on her living … Continue reading
I gave my usual frog haunts a couple of looksees at the end of the vacation week and found only one in a not very attractive setting. Not even Photoshop could make it share worthy so to the archives we … Continue reading
While on Mount Pollux I had fun running around to all the milkweed seed displays. This was my favorite.