Tag Archives: Brickyard Meadow
Third in the series. It was a good morning for dew drops. It was too breezy for stacking but I think the out of focus blade works better than had it been sharp. Aside from not liking to alter nature … Continue reading
Off the top of my head, and so far during the time I have been photographing entomology subjects, this is probably my favorite insect, or maybe my favorite fly, and definitely my favorite snipe fly. While visiting Brickyard Conservation Area … Continue reading
Another image from my wander in Brickyard last Saturday.
One should be careful what you swat. I bet your first impulse is that this is a scary wasp or hornet and a threat. That was mine too. But it is a Hoverfly mimicking a hornet. Eastern Hornet Fly-Spilomyia longicornis. I … Continue reading
Spotted Touch-me-not aka Jewelweed-Impatiens capensis
One of the results from the time spent in the “office” yesterday. It’s difficult to find just the right composition in the chaos of the meadow. Even more difficult to get every drop sharp and some are a little soft … Continue reading
After yesterday’s damselfly joy, I turned my attention to my original plan and that was to find more dewdrop compositions. I particularly liked this collection on a curving blade of Big Bluestem –Andropogon gerardii. Although a prairie grass, it obviously … Continue reading