Posts Tagged ‘plant’

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

First Look Photo: Hay Fever Nightmare

July 12, 2017

Early in the morning, on my way home from work, I stopped at a bench to take a drink, and noticed what looked like a strange mist coming off some weeds.  Upon closer inspection, I discovered it wasn’t a mist, it was pollen being kicked up by the bumble bees landing on them.  Hay fever sufferers beware!

Gathering Pollen 2

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

Queen Anne Undressed

April 11, 2012

During it’s blooming season the queen anne’s lace is a cluster of delicate white flowers that look like a lace doily, but after the petals fall off it leaves this interesting pattern  that is a skeleton of what it looked like before.