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Tag Archives: macrophotography
Last week, I took a short early morning trip out to my family prairie. As the sun came up, its light was caught beautifully by the fuzzy seeds of various prairie plants, particularly stiff goldenrod (Solidago rigida) and dotted gayfeather … Continue reading
It’s been a windy week, but there was a lull for a few hours yesterday morning. I took advantage of some early morning light and took my camera for a walk in a local prairie. There was a lot of red and gold … Continue reading
Can you tell what this is? Need a hint? I photographed it last week in a recently-burned sand prairie along the Platte River in Nebraska. Think you know? Read on to find out.