On a recent Sunday morning I set out to photograph of some of the birds frequenting my backyard feeder. It’s always a slow process that requires a lot of patience.Continue reading “Northern Flicker On The Fence”
Earlier this summer the bumble bees really enjoyed our cone flowers.Continue reading “Bumble”
We toured the Biltmore on a rainy day. Luckily by the time we finished the indoor tour the rain had slowed to a few sprinkles that ended shortly after we got outside.
Realizing the ferns in my garden were full of spores, I decided to dry a leaf on paper, collect the spores and see if I could propagate ferns from them.
A cloudy sky offered soft, even lighting for this purple water lily in a garden pond.
The beaches of the Outer Banks in North Carolina are full of ghost crabs. These small crabs dig holes in the sand and roam the beaches looking for just about anything to eat.
A friend and I came upon this old building while hiking in the Amelia Wildlife Management Area this spring.
This statue stands near the top of the peak at Beenarourke, on the Ring Road in County Kerry, Ireland.