Monthly Archives: August 2018

On Bugshot Alabama

I just got back from a macro photography workshop called Bugshot Alabama.  These workshops have been going on for several years and are named after their locations–typically some place with high biological diversity. This is from the outside a pretty … Continue reading

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Butterflies after Rain

We have been having some very dry weather lately, and today we had a small amount of rain.  Not nearly what the crops need, but the rain did bring the butterflies out in higher numbers than I have been seeing … Continue reading

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Up Close to More Bugs

I spent a little bit of time near Big Creek Lake today taking pictures of bugs. This small bee was in the middle of a cup plant flower. One of my favorite small flowers is called fog fruit.  It stands … Continue reading

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