Sunday, July 13, 2014

Getting Up Close

Day one of my eight-day vacation. I ambled lazily through it, grocery shopping and watching the World Cup finals. And of course on the way to the grocery store I went through the Dykeman Spring Nature Park. I discovered that there were small things that wanted to be photographed, so I obliged them. The flowers were all shot in macro mode, but I had to use the zoom to get the butterflies; there were lots of winged critters around but none of them would let me get close enough to use the macro. Oh well... 

A Little Wood Satyr butterfly along the Dykeman Walking Trail
A Pearl Crescent butterfly along the Dykeman Walking Trail
Butter-and-Eggs, a wild variety of Snapdragon, in the upland meadow
Spotted Knapweed in the upland meadow
Red Trumpet Vine in the upland meadow
© 2014 by A. Roy Hilbinger 


  1. I love that Butter and to me!

  2. I'm glad you're enjoying your time off.

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