Category Archives: RL

Jul 2: Looking Back

It was winter in Wisconsin, but the roads were clear for a change, so I went for a long drive. Only a couple days previous, everything looked like this. Pretty, but a pain in the ass when it’s on the … Continue reading

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Closeup on the Osprey

This is a common raptor in Florida, though apparently it’s part of the Imperiled Species Management Plan. I see their nests everywhere. That’s a good thing, because eagles like to grab the osprey’s young and eat them. Several features distinguish … Continue reading

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Post-Processing Magic

I was sitting in the backyard early one morning and noticed the light on the red hibiscus plant. It’s gone through some changes over the last few months, and not for the better (lost half of it during the winter … Continue reading

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More Macros

Still on the macro kick, because I’ve been stuck at home for a while. I’ve seen new insects and others that are familiar to me. I’ll start with the scolid bee. I love how fuzzy they are.

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June 15: Flowers

Flowers are difficult to photograph in a way that makes them interesting. Most people spray them with water drops for added appeal, and I’ve done that, but I decided not to do that with these. The evening primrose is common … Continue reading

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