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No other similarly sized area of our garden attracts a greater diversity and abundance of wildlife than the ponds. Some wildlife arrived with plants introduced…

Taken with the XF60mm f2.4 semi macro lens from Fuji. As a bonus I give you a butterfly that wanted to go on the camera

Benny gave me some tips to control and steady my hands when shooting without a tripod. So when this fly decided to join me in the house, I figured it was the…

A Fly... on the Eye... of a Frog... waaaaaaait for it... ... ... ON MY BLOG! Ha! Sorry - couldn't resist the golden opportunity to see my son's eyes roll…

It wasn't until I got home and could see my pictures on a monitor that I noticed this little fly was eating its lunch. I encountered this one in one of the…

I never made pics of birds before that day, but at the park it was full of them so i started to try to get them. It's not easy at all ! They move a loooooot

Back in the day, when God was still young and beardless he played Sim Earth. He played for six days without a break. In the seventh day he was done - in every…

my country is a continent.. i am a North American Indian [Native American] - no passport, no borders.. i was born with dual citizenship of Canada and the USA.. …

I recently bought a new memory card and extra battery for my camera, ready for our trip to Le Mans, I wanted to give them both a spin today, just to make sure…

When I took these pictures I didn't realize there was a horse silhouette in the eye! What a nice surprise 😄

Well, two firsts for me. First trial of Luminar 3 software as well as my newly acquired Olympus 60mm 2.8 macro lens. f/7.1 1/125sec ISO (auto) 10000 Had to…

I was home not feeling too well so what could I do but get out into the sunshine for some Nikon therapy...... In Australia the seasons are crazy this year after…
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