Oops! Got caught up in putting together a proposal for a family trip to Wellington. I knew the place had a lot of things to do, I just didn’t realise how much. Love in a Mist. Always been fascinated by this flower, and how the soft spiky parts (called bracts apparently) remind me of fractals.
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I seem skilled at finding spiders sitting inside the things I decide to take a photo of. This is the first photo I’ve taken this year that I’ve cropped before putting up. The depth to which my camera can focus is more than a lot of other cameras of the same calibre and I like […]
I wanted to capture the amazing texture of the lily, the transparency of the petals, and somehow give an impression of the amazing scent that is filling the room. Well, I managed the first one in my not so humble opinion. Having to use the flash at this late hour of the evening meant I […]
I saw this on my way into Palmerston North this morning and on my return I just had to take a photo. Note that the sign is made up of slapping on a graphic for Road Transport (whatever they now call themselves), Transit, the State Highway Sign and Two Words – one of which is […]
I have another shot that wasn’t composed too well but showed all the eyes and the orange blaze. Just like birds – the male has more distinctive colouring than the female.
I decided today that Monarch Butterflies are the most fussy insects I’ve ever met. This one wouldn’t sit still long enough for me to get more than a couple of fleeting shots. No part of the swan plants we have growing was good enough for her to lay any eggs. On the upside, I loved […]
Bit low on inspiration today and this was my best photo of the day.
If you look closely you can see there’s a spider hanging out in the centre of the dandelion clock. Didn’t discover this til I was choosing photos.
As part of my 101 in 1001, I’m attempting to do Project 365 again. So without further ado, here is one of the photos I snapped earlier today. I love how well the hairs on the tomatoes came through – you can almost smell the chemical released when you touch the plant.