He was on his way to meet a lady. #lookingforlove #tarantula
Hangin’ There. Flip that 1970s attitude. Forget the “Hang in There” of kitten days. Grab your inner dragon(fly) and start “hangin.” #attitude #grablife
Sometimes it isn’t enough to stop and smell the flowers. Sometimes they need to be tasted. These fellows do it right. #flylikeabutterfly
Zealously bouncing among the blossoms, a greedy honeybee collects a feast. #inthegarden #honeybees
Topping my favorite photo list is this Amuse Bouche. Can’t improve on #nature with this one. Shot, cropped, logoed, posted. #Annashummingbird feeds on kangaroo paw at #VentanaBigSur #California #birding #luckyshotTopping my favorite photo list is this Amuse Bouche. Can’t improve on #nature with this one. Shot, cropped, logoed, posted. #Annashummingbird feeds on kangaroo paw at #VentanaBigSur #California #birding #luckyshot
As of last weekend, only 400 monarchs were at the sanctuary. But those butterflies who remain pay no mind to their missing companions. They are enjoying these early days of spring. #pacificgrovemonarchs
An evening in the garden at the Monterey Museum of Art at the La Mirada mission birthed striking shots of these lovely beauties.
When a tree falls in the wood, one crow is pretty upset about it.
Just as a honeybee is colored by the blue pollen of a chicory flower, we too are painted by the world we ingest.
A neglected plot of amaranth serves up a bountiful lunch for this male Oregon junco.
A female dark-eyed junco (Oregon) scopes out the beds for a place to build her nest.
Now that I am taking more photos, I am also starting to branch out and take chances with my shots–different angles, more blur, and riffs on topics. It was a fun month. And I’m looking forward to see myself grow. #16. Vibrant On our last trip to Paso Robles, we visited Tablas Creek where we enjoyed…