Posts tagged “photos

Blackbird (Two Photographs)

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Hard bird to photograph, all those black feathers. They also have a temper and I didn’t want to test my luck by getting closer.

 


The Bees Are Hopping

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The bees are hopping. In and out of flowers sometimes in seconds.


Flower 2

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This time I toned down the background in favour of the subject as the flower is the point.


An Interesting Flower

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A bouquet in one.


Clothesline

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I can be excused for at first thinking this was a clothesline. Still interesting art.


Angel

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You never know what you will find in the garden.


White Poppy

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I did not know there were white poppies. You learn something new every day!


Pekin Ducks (Two Photographs)

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More of the ducks I showed last week. This week my theme is white, be it the subject or another element of the photo. 


Poppies

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A symbol of Remembrance Day in November. A sign of summer in June.


Greener on the Other Side

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They say it’s always greener on the other side, and it may be, but I like my patch.


Close Encounter

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This is inches from a nest and as the building has more than one nest all in a small area, it’s possible the birds are from different nests.


A Riot of Windows

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The shadows as much as the windows caught my eye. 


Pekin Ducks (Two Photographs)

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A block from where I live I found these well behaved ducks on a front lawn. Their owner said they were support ducks. Quite the surprise. More of these friendly creatures later.


Yo!

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Not sure if it was the height or another bird that cause this starling to cry out. Regardless it caught the attention of the onlookers.

 


Lilies

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Lilies are common by the roadside and in gardens. Still eye candy when they blossom.


Walking the Ledge

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The pigeon is strutting its stuff on the ledge of an old water plant. Given the height of the path around the sunken plant, the pigeon and ledge are at eye level.


Ant

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Ants love peonies and just before the flower blooms, they crawl all over the globe.


House Finch

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This House Finch tried hiding in the shadows.


Before the Wind

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Rain and wind will shortly and forever change this last remnant of a dandelion.


What the Window Saw

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Spooky window, a consequence of light and shadow and reflection.


Falling

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This flower caught my eye. The word that came to mind was falling.


Cabbage White

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Sooner or later all butterflies stop for a moment and might take some efforts to hide. This cabbage white made itself as thin and still as possible. An interesting dorsal point of view.


What the Window Saw

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A window facing bars. Not a jail but a water treatment plant.


Salsify

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Salsify, what a poor name for this daisy (its also called the Oyster Plant). Really terrible names for a lovely bit of contrast in the green fields.