Our flower garden is visited by many butterflies!
A set of African Daisy's with a neon filter to give them that "Glow"
Fleabane Daisy, also known as the "Old Man" because of the fluffy white peddles.
Pixie Dust is an image of a white Zinnia. I burned a copy of the same image to get the dark back ground. This process gives the appearance of green pollen "Dust" falling from the peddles.
Our flower garden is visited by many butterflies! My 3 year old neighbor and I are having discussions on who's butterflies they are. I have decided that they are her butterflies and they are just visiting me!
This image is of an orange Kalachoe flower. I zoomed in on the dew that was on a peddle. The dew has an appearance of 2 eyes peeking over the peddle.
I have thousands of pictures of butterflies. They have gotten use to me being there and they began not to pay any attention to me.
I have seen this beetle online and the majority of those images has the beetle sitting on a white or yellow flower. When I saw this little guy, it was running all over the flower. It really did not want me to take its picture.
This little beetle is the hardest insect for me to catch on camera. Even harder the Bees.
I did not know I had this photo, at first. One night I was watching my photos, on a screen saver, and it flashed up on the screen. Took me some time, but I did find it so I could offer it here. I did darken the photo so the moon and star was easier to see.
While sitting on my patio, I looked up and saw the moon come through the clouds. Good thing I had my camera with me.
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