Saturday, March 31, 2012

I Heart Macro 4-1-12

studio waterstone
I cannot believe it is April already!! This winter flew by, maybe because it wasn't really a true winter! At this point, I really don't care because I am so ready for spring and even summer. I havent gotten to shoot any pictures with my camera in the spring season since I just got it in September. I am really enjoying all of the new things I am seeing. I find I really look at things differently now that I am looking at the world through my camera's lens. I have a new found appreciation for all things nature. All I can say is bring it on! I am ready!
 American Painted Lady
 Comma Butterfly

 Red Admiral Butterfly

Brown Fruit Chafer Beetle
Comma Butterfly
Mourning Cloak Butterfly
This week was a beautiful one weather wise. Lots of sun and temperatures in the 70's. Just perfect for spending lots of time outside. I went out several days on my own, and was also lucky enough to spend a day outside with Kim. I had a hard time choosing which ones to use because I got so many nice ones. Have a great week!

6 comments:

Nadege, said...

You have captured some gorgeous looking butterflies. Great compositions.

Sharyl said...

That last one is really camouflaged! I thought it was on top of a whole bunch of butterflies at first! Amazing you were able to catch so many varieties! Great photos!

Kristi Bowman said...

Still too cold and wet most of the time here for butterflies. I can't wait. I love all your photos, nothing will bring a smile to the face like a beautiful flutterby!

Holly said...

Oh, wow, what gorgeous butterflies!! We're not quite into butterfly weather, and I can't wait until we are!

jumbledhutch said...

HOLEY SMOKES, your shots are out of this world! Gosh, they are all amazing! It's hard to believe these were taking this week...seems more like June photos! We sure are having crazy weather this year, not that I am complaining :)

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Beautiful images of the butterflies and the bee...must confess tho, I've never seen the likes of the beetle.

HAPPY TRAILS TO YOU is my Monday post. Hope you can find time to pay a visit.