Posts Tagged ‘plants’

I’ve been a bit under the weather the last couple days, although as I put this post together on Sunday evening, I’m feeling much better. As I’ve had a fever, I did get a Covid test to be safe, but I have taste, smell, no breathing problems, and not coughing, so if it is Covid, it’s a very mild case. But over the weekend I napped a lot, so apologies for not making it to everyone’s blogs. I’d hoped to walk with Jo today, but instead I’m going with simple, finding beauty in something most visitors at the Preserve may overlook.

The generally preferred method of taking macro photos is with a macro lens, unless you’re carrying a camera with a telephoto lens for bird photos. In that case, the preferred method of taking macros is from about 6′. 🙂 That’s what happens at the Preserve unless I’m taking my photos with my phone. In this case, think telephoto at a distance. Welcome to Monday.

I’m not sure what these are, but there were lots of them in the meadows. Is it just me or is anyone else getting a Dr. Seuss Thing One and Thing Two vibe here? I do know it’s not Covid hair!

Fuzzy Friday

Posted: June 26, 2020 in Nature
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No, I’m not referring to my state of mind (although you may beg to differ) but to the sun highlighting some fuzzy beauties. My brother and I used to call plants like these “tippy toes.” Not sure why, but I still love the name.

for One Word Sunday

Friday foliage

Posted: August 9, 2019 in Nature
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for Six Word Saturday

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