Posts Tagged ‘green’

Photo Friday: Track’s End

June 29, 2018

In the end, nature reclaims what man has abandoned.

Track end

First Look Photo: Lilies and Dragonflies

June 27, 2018

A dragonfly enjoys a nice rest on a lily pad.

Dragonfly and waterlily

First Look Photo: Opposite Colors

June 6, 2018

Nothing makes a color stand out more than a background of the opposite color.

Red Green

Photo Friday: Globally Aware

April 20, 2018

This is a shot I took for the 52 frames challenge “In the kitchen”.  It features my favorite kitchen knife made by Global.

Global Way

Photo Friday: More Moss

November 3, 2017

Moss on a fallen tree can be so beautiful, especially in a fern forest.

Green Moss

First Look Photo: Slow Shutter Speed

November 1, 2017

I wanted to give a waterfall a little more ethereal look, so I lowered the shutter speed to 5 seconds.

Water Fall 5 sec 1

Photo Friday: Back Drops

September 8, 2017

Sometimes, humid mornings bring out more than spider webs, and foggy lenses.  This particular morning, the humidity had left some water drops on the back of two Japanese beetles, which brought out the color on their wings.

Japanese Beetles 1

Photo Friday: Nature’s Canvas

July 21, 2017

Every time I go out with my camera, I see the world like a canvas that nature is constantly painting on.  I found this scene the other day after a night of showers.

Drops on leaf

Photo Friday: Nature’s Composition

July 14, 2017

There are no paintings, sculptures, or pieces of music that can compare to the beauty nature itself provides.

Maple Seeds

Photo Friday: Drops

June 23, 2017

As a continuing project that I didn’t realize I was involved in, I found today’s photograph on my way home from work.  It rained overnight, and left behind these drops on the plant.  If you look closely at the big drop in the center you’ll see my reflection.

Rain Drops on Leaves