Category Archives: Nature Photography
Maybe a different or possibly the same Fork-tailed Bush Katydid-Scudderia furcata I previously posted. Just hanging out on one of our milkweed leaves waiting for dark and the concert to begin. Handheld with the 40D plus twin flash.
Two different skipper species ties my annual record in the yard. Maybe they don’t visit the yard all that often or I just might not be looking at the right time. But it was a delight to have a pair … Continue reading
The Holyoke Mountain Range seen from the Honeypot by the Connecticut River in Hadley, MA. at morning twilight.
I’ve had these visit our boneset flowers for a long time. Well, a long time ago for a long time. The plant is starting to reestablish itself and they, along with many other insects, are returning too. Diathrausta harlequinalis This … Continue reading
My trip to Moosehorn Pond was intentional and my plans there also although I was thinking of dragonflies which were not terribly abundant. The change is that I was going to do this as a “Silent Sunday” post but decided … Continue reading
I had a nice morning with four herons. Two Great Blues and two Green. Three of the four were seriously into preening but every once in a while would strike a nice pose. Green Heron-Butorides virescens. In the order Pelecaniformes … Continue reading
Not exactly a good witch but not a bad mosquito either. Elephant mosquitoes-Toxorhynchites rutilus don’t pursue blood meals but sip flower nectar such as that of this Boneset Thoroughwort-Eupatorium perfoliatum. Although it looks to be in danger, the Leather Bug aka … Continue reading
because I didn’t notice that this morning’s early post was #1550. I had meant to mark the occasion but then forgot. It was 3:17 a.m. so I have that as an excuse. That makes this #1551. Green Stink Bug nymph- Chinavia … Continue reading
Here are a few shots from this past week. All from walks at Poor Farm Swamp along the Norwottuck Rail Trail. The handsome guy from the polarizer comparison post with a bit of post processing. A youngster enjoying life on … Continue reading