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- Pied-billed Grebe Eating Crayfish
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- Great Blue Heron Gulps Down A Large Fish
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Category Archives: Insects, Misc.
Sometimes I like to go on photo walks with just my Canon s95 pocket camera. Most pocket cameras have a macro mode that you can use to get some good shots of insects.
Macro mode tells the camera that you want to take pictures with the focus distance closer than usual. Macro mode also means the camera will choose the large aperture, so that the object in focus will be sharp while the background slightly blurred.
I spotted this moth on some steps leading into a building. Lucky I carry my little Canon s95 everywhere I go. (I hope I got the ID right!)
Range: Massachusetts south to south Florida; west to Nebraska, New Mexico, and southern Arizona; south through Mexico, the West Indies, and Central America to Argentina.
Food: Adults take nectar from deep-throated flowers. They begin feeding around sunset.
Just a couple of photos of a Bee on some flowers to end the week with.
I counted 6 of these Dragonflies hanging from this tree. They didn’t even move when you touched them so they really did seem like ornaments instead of real Dragonflies.
I have been seeing a lot of Butterflies this past few weeks. They do look pretty on the flowers but have you seen those photos of Butterflies landing on people? Then check out the last photo! Just saying!
“Happiness is as a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but which if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.”
More photos of Butterflies on scat: Butterflies On Animal Scat