I have posted photos of these guys before, but I think they are such cool looking creatures. Their markings are so pretty and each one is a little different. We are camping again where we always spot them. I took this photo from our campsite. We used to only see them on the other side of the St. Lucie river, but looks they are migrating to this side.
Our camera club will be doing our annual bus trip in November to the FL Poly University campus and Downtown St. Petersburg. Another camera club member and I did a scout trip this week to take care of some logistic details before the trip. This is the Innovation, Science and Technology building on the FL Poly campus. Very unique building inside and out…many photo ops! I think the Club members will really enjoy this year’s bus trip!
Our neighbor called us and told us we needed to go outside and look at the sky. This was so cool! I ran inside to get my camera and took a few photos before it disappeared. It’s nice to have good neighbors. 🙂
I did saturate the colors a little, but for the most part this is the way it appeared.
Talk about a challenge…getting six eight week old puppies to stay inside a wagon and have them all facing forward long enough to snap a shot. 🙂 You can see one of them already has her paw up getting ready to escape. This will be the last puppy photo of these six. Five of them are going to their new homes today and tomorrow. Several of them will be going out of state. I’ll miss the little cuties!
Found this newly born bunny in our garden. He/She was very wobbly when they tried to hop away. So cute and so small. Took the photo with my Olympus TG-4.
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I’m back! Life has had its challenges the past few months and I lost all interest in photography for quite some time. Things still aren’t great, but better. I have to thank my friend for getting me back into photography. Her Yellow Labrador Retriever had six puppies on May 30th. My friend requested that I take photos of her puppies during the eight weeks she will be raising them before passing them on to their new owners. With such cute subjects, I had to comply. This is one of them attacking my sandal. They are just so adorable! It’s good to be back!
This is my 92 year old Mom with what I call her “Hollywood glasses” on. They fit over her prescription glasses, so they are a little big. She’s in a nursing home now. She used to know who I was once in a while, but she never knows anymore. 😦 But, this will be a cherished photo!