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Tag Archives: macro photo
The melting and freezing of water can sure create beauty. During the last week, I’ve spent several days at our prairie cutting trees and playing with my kids. The wetland on the property is frozen enough for ice skating, but warm days/cold … Continue reading
Every visit to a prairie is different – partially because the prairie is always changing, and partially because I focus on different aspects or species each time. This week, I was near Griffith Prairie (owned and managed by my friends … Continue reading
I took my boys to our family’s prairie today. I was only intending to stay for a little while, but they were having so much fun building forts in the trees and drawing pictures in the mud, we stayed for several … Continue reading
This photo reminds me of something, but I can’t figure out what it is. Help? The photo shows melting snow crystals around the edge of some prairie grass. You can’t see the grass because I focused in very closely on … Continue reading
Photography is easy. All you have to do is invest in a really good camera and be in the right place at the right time. Or at least that’s what I’m told by people who aren’t photographers. I always respond that … Continue reading
I’ve always admired black and white photographers. (Or at least photographers who take black and white photos…) The photo below, however, is a color photograph. It just happened that the scene was black and white. This photo was taken along … Continue reading