Category Archives: macro photography
One of my favorite moths that I have seen a number of times over the years. This one is about 1″ in wingspan and I was lucky to find it in such pristine condition. Large Lace Border-Scopula limboundata in my … Continue reading
Sensitive Fern-Onoclea sensibilis Also done on “Green Day” but tossed the color.
I posted this flower the other day entwined. But floating in space is fun too. Grass Pink-Calopogon tuberosus As for the title…..
When I walked into MacLeod Field (I only recently learned the actual name of what I have been calling Lawrence Swamp wet meadow) early last Saturday morning I didn’t expect to find orchids that early in the month but felt … Continue reading
While at the pond the first tiny find was this damselfly. Although very common it was a first sighting for me. Eastern Forktail-Ischnura verticalis female. After shooting this I moved along and found what I thought from a distance to be … Continue reading
I went on another bullfrog safari yesterday. It was a little successful but they are still a bit behind schedule due to the cool mornings we’ve been having. I’ll share one or two on FF. Once I accepted the dearth … Continue reading
This morning I visited the wet meadow where I often find two species of native orchids. But…usually they are not in flower until mid-June. I was lucky and found both flowering early albeit the Grass Pink which will follow was … Continue reading
I have never seen the frost curls with this plant in the autumn as another species with the same name puts forth. I regularly find the flowers in Quabbin Park and these get mowed down with the grass once flowering … Continue reading
When I am walking along this road I often look at the “guard” rocks that keep us from driving onto the grounds and sometimes find interesting patterns which have been subjects of previous posts. I haven’t ID’d the lichen yet … Continue reading