Tag Archives: Amherst
Of course, art is in the eye of the beholder and is only meaningful as such to humans. Everything else is about mating and survival for the insect. Leafhopper- possibly Prescottia lobata. Another new species for the yard and me. … Continue reading
While in Brickyard yesterday, my main goal was intimate scenes of grass and dew drops. There was a lot to work with and this is the first of a series. 5D Mark IV with 180 macro and 2.0 teleconverter at … Continue reading
While photographing in the yard Friday afternoon, I noticed a Goldenrod Crab spider with it’s bumblebee prey and made several photographs. (Note, this is not Nature at its prettiest but all part of the grand scheme of things.) Through the … Continue reading
The restaurant images are all at the framer’s shop. I’m now continuing to pull together images for a show this Autumn. The emphasis will be on Mount Pollux but with a few other Amherst locales in the mix.
Green Burgundy Stink Bug-Banasa dimidiata Another new to me species in the yard. This, I think, is the fifth or sixth stink bug species we’ve had visit us. This one seems to want some blueberries. They like most trees and shrubs … Continue reading
The Holyoke Mountain Range wearing the Belt of Venus at Dawn
I’ve admired the metallic sweat bees a few of you have posed recently. I wish that was what I am sharing today, but alas the only sweat bees in the yard recently have been these Furrow Bees. Sweat Bee-Furrow Bee-Halictus … Continue reading