Category Archive: Insects and Arachnids

Some Photos for Laure Y at AP

Here are several photo for you to choose from, but I just ran through my files pretty fast and pulled about 50 out for you to look at.  However, feel free to navigate… Continue reading

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A Long Time Coming. . .

It’s not that I have stopped taking photos (Heaven forbid!), it’s just that my blogs have suffered my neglect for such a long time due to a number of factors, not the least… Continue reading

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It Must Be August!

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The Weekend Five

Here are five photos selected from the many I took this weekend, here at home and at Lake Junaluska.  It was an absolutely gorgeous day both Saturday and Sunday, and a pleasure to… Continue reading

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A few recent butterflies photos. . .

It is around the end of July and through August and September that they begin to show up, and I am enjoying them, even if I’ve not seen any new varieties for me… Continue reading

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Pictorial Succotash

We spent some time in the Outer Banks with our son, daughter-in-love, and our precious Zoë.  Needless to say the camera was seldom put away.  You’ll find here in this mish-mash of photos… Continue reading

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A bit of merchandising. . .

Some of you may be aware that I sell prints of my photographic artwork.  Many are available only as postcards (4″ x 6″) and greeting cards (5″ x 7″), or prints in various… Continue reading

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A River of Blessings

I did something sort of foolish on Monday afternoon.  I took our dog Princess for a walk (without my needed crutch), and hung my camera around my neck.  I decided to go across… Continue reading

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The Backyard

Photos taken yesterday in my backyard.  I don’t have to travel far to find beauty!

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Tattered Wings and Other Things

(For my poem, Tattered Wings, click here.) Since I have photographed butterflies, and for years before that observing them with my eyes only, I have known that this time of year brings about… Continue reading

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