Taken: May 7, 2009 in Mayfield, Pennsylvania while on a walk with Eliza. Photographing these bees was a neat experience because I would get as far into the tree as I could, and I would hear a constant bzzzz until I found the bee that was closest to me to shoot.
While walking with Eliza a few weeks ago we saw these two butterflies, which I’ve now found out to be Cabbage White Butterflies thanks to Cody R. Hough on BugGuide, mating. They were putting on quite a display of aerial acrobatics – I wish I had the equipment to take a video of how they were flying.
If you click on the first photo, allow the lightbox to load, and click next – the sequence is pretty cool.
Taken: April 17, 2009 in Mayfield, Pennsylvania.
The buds on the trees are pop, pop, popping into these really great explosions of tree life. Reds and greens of all shades, future leaves that will create the food that the tree requires to produce this year’s growth, next year’s seeds, and the energy it will need to lay dormant during winter.
The perfect size for a few marshmallows.
At nearly 60F, I had to get outdoors, even if it were only for 20 minutes or so.
Date taken: September 2, 2007 | This moss was pwning the sedimentary rock.