Tag Archives: macros
I’ll start with a couple of photos of damselflies. These tiny creatures are so interesting when you get a good look at them. The first one was taken at Windy Point Park on Lake Istokpoga. The second was taken in … Continue reading
They looked like mosquitos, but they were perched on plants at daybreak, seemingly drinking water off the leaves. I approached cautiously and took pictures. Because it was nearer dark than light, ISO was set high and F-stop was low. They … Continue reading
I like macro photography for several reasons. You never have to leave your backyard if you don’t want to. I’ve sat in the grass with a camera and seen lots of things to take pictures of. All you have to … Continue reading
Black and yellow mud dauber. It flew up against the window, and I had to go outside to photograph it. It must have just exited the cocoon, because its wings were still crumpled.
I took a bunch of them lately, and you get to enjoy them. 🙂 I couldn’t ID a couple of them, even using Google. Weird. Two tiny white flowers, photographed near the lake.