Marco shot of a dandelion
So my math test results are back for my foundation paper , and I got a C , for people that doesn’t understand the system in the UK , a foundation paper is a paper with a total of 100 marks and I got 73 which is just a C and C is the highest possible you can get as a grate on a foundation paper .
anyway I was messing around with the light levels for this one and got this really nice look to it :3 well , I like it at least , I hope you do to
testing out my macro setting on my camera
Two Bluebird eggs in my backyard. So excited!
Blooms on my Tulip Poplar tree. The birds love these blooms. I have seen all kinds of birds, including hummingbirds fly into these trees.
I really love taking close up shots of flowers. Fantastic!
I tried something new this year. Hanging baskets on my deck wall. Lantana seems to enjoy it here. Waiting on the butterflies.
Always look forward to the Day Lilies. They bring sunshine each day.
Golden Privet Bee. These blooms smell heavenly. I have some on my countertop in a vase and they fill the room with such a sweet fragrance.
A macro photograph of an Asian Multicolored lady beetle larvae found at the San Antonio Botanical Gardens.
A macro photograph of four Crown of Thorns (Euphorbia milii) flowers.
A macro photograph of a Texas Thistle (Cirsium texanum) flower against a chain fence outlining a construction site.
A macro photograph of a Gomphocerippus rufus grasshopper nymph in the grass.
A macro photograph of a dying yellow flower in the font yard.
A macro photograph of a spider hidden in the leaves waiting for me to step on him.
A macro photograph of Red Yucca (Hesperaloe parviflora) flowers beginning to die.
A macro photograph of a wolf spider walking along the concrete in our driveway.
A macro photograph of a spider on his web that has a hooka like pattern on his back.
Spider: Hey Yo! Yo man! Hey man!
Spider: Hey man! You wouldn’t happen to have seen my web around anywhere, wouldya man?
Me: Dude you you are standing on it!
Spider: Oh no s&#*! Thanks man! If it wasn’t for you, I would have never found my web!
Me: Dude you were standing on it the whole time!
Spider: Yes! Thanks to you!
Me: I am out of here!
Spider: I am out of here to man! I have to go find my web.
A macro photograph of a xanthic form Tarantual Hawk in the grass. Rumored to have the second most painful sting in the world.
A macro photograph of a roly poly crawling in the cracks in the concrete driveway.
A macro photograph of a Texas Thistle (Cirsium texanum) seed pod beginning to open.
A macro photograph of another jumping spider enjoying a meal out of the ant he caught. I actually feel a little bad taking this shot because it scared the spider resulting in him dropping his meal.
A macro photograph of a beetle climbing from a Texas Thistle (Cirsium texanum) flower to the stem of another flower.
A macro photograph of a Texas Thistle (Cirsium texanum) bud that I found while taking a walk on a road near my neighborhood.
A macro photograph of a couple of ants carrying home a larva for dinner. It shows the impressive strength of ants for their small size.