Do the Dew!
Back from Des Moines. It was a mixed bag. Spent a day at the Neil Smith NWR, with the highlight of capturing images of some Ebony Jewel-Wing Damselflies … a blog post with some images is forthcoming. Then, wonderful weather! After a rather warm day on Thursday, a cold front passed overnight and Friday thru […]
Do the Dew
When photographing on the prairies, I always arrive early. Arriving early not only gives me that great, soft light, but more often than not, I’m treated to a “dewy wonderland”! Here are a few images I’ve captured over the past few years that help making getting up so early a bit more tolerable! :o) The […]
A Wet Morning
First, if you had difficulties opening up yesterday’s post, I apologize. Apparently there was an issue with the link and when one clicked on it, it said that nothing was there. After being alerted to this issue (late last evening), I went in and corrected the problem. So if you missed the wonderful crab spiders […]
Early Morning Dewdrop
One morning this past week, I made a hike through the nearby natural prairie. There was a lot of early morning dew on the plants, which always makes for some fun and interesting photography. Today’s post contains a couple of images of a Goldenrod in bloom, with a beautiful dewdrop on one of it’s outreaching […]
I think I mentioned my morning therapeutic walks (about a mile in length) that I’m doing several times a week, following my recent surgery. Along the way, I found this open meadow with a lot of different species of wildflowers growing. After one of my recent walks, I grabbed my camera/macro lens/tripod and headed back […]
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Dew He, or Dew He Not?
I have a lot of activities going on right now … art festivals the next 2 weekends, and started 5 weeks of teaching photography classes last evening … so several of my upcoming posts may be shorter than usual. Such is the case with today’s post. A few weeks ago, while photographing on a local […]