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Posted to Floral and Fauna about 87 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1110 days ago, 1 comment(s)
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Posted to Black and White about 1413 days ago, 0 comment(s)
A honeybee collects pollen in late fall, the light reflecting off the tiny petals adding a lavender tint. Split-toned in LR6.
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1422 days ago, 1 comment(s)
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1428 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1434 days ago, 0 comment(s)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marmoset

The marmosets /ˈmɑrmɵsɛt/ are 22 New World monkey species of the genera Callithrix, Cebuella, Callibella, and Mico. All four genera are part of the biological family Callitrichidae. The term marmoset is also used in reference to the Goeldi's marmoset, Callimico goeldii, which is closely related.

Most marmosets are about 20 centimetres (8 in) long. Relative to other monkeys, they show some apparently primitive features: they have claws rather than nails, and tactile hairs on their wrists. They lack wisdom teeth, and their brain layout seems to be relatively primitive. Their body temperature is unusually variable, changing by up to 4 °C (7 °F) in a day.[3] Marmosets are native to South America and have been found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Peru.[4] They have also been spotted in Central America and Mexico.[5] They are also raised in captivity as pets.

According to recent research, marmosets exhibit germline chimerism, which is not known to occur in nature in any primates other than callitrichids.[6] Ninety-five percent of marmoset fraternal twins trade blood through chorionic fusions, making them hematopoietic chimeras.[7][8]
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1435 days ago, 0 comment(s)
This is the result of me searching for something to practise on and that I've not tried before.
Posted to Just For Fun about 1443 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Blackberry picking can be a rather painful process due to the prickly branches. It got worse however when I delved in to pick one but didn't realise it was surrounded by nettles... OUCH!
Posted to Autumn about 1456 days ago, 1 comment(s)
Posted to Nature about 1457 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Black and White about 1460 days ago, 2 comment(s)
Posted to Black and White about 1460 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Nature paints a picture...I simply photograph the painting.
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1463 days ago, 1 comment(s)
Posted to Macro about 1465 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Mount Pleasant, SC
Posted to Macro about 1465 days ago, 0 comment(s)
What happens when you get inspired while eating your breakfast? You grab the camera!
Nikon D7100 f/4, 1/80, ISO 1000
Posted to Food about 1466 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Just For Fun about 1468 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Experimental and Abstract about 1474 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Macro about 1474 days ago, 3 comment(s)
Late night hangout for some bugaboos by the porch light.
Posted to Macro about 1476 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Sunglasses recommended.
Posted to Nature about 1476 days ago, 3 comment(s)
Posted to Wildlife about 1477 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Wildlife about 1477 days ago, 0 comment(s)
No settings available.
Shot with Canon 60D and a 28-105mm lens.
Posted to Experimental and Abstract about 1477 days ago, 0 comment(s)
With thanks to Sarah, Jan and Lori. :)
Posted to Black and White about 1483 days ago, 2 comment(s)
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1485 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Weather about 1487 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Food about 1488 days ago, 3 comment(s)
The littlest things often bring the greatest joy.
Nikon D7100 Lensbaby CP DG50mm f/4 1/1000 ISO 100
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1488 days ago, 2 comment(s)
Posted to Just For Fun about 1489 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Just For Fun about 1489 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Just For Fun about 1489 days ago, 0 comment(s)
I threw my Chinchilla's lava dust into the shot to create a gritty look kicked up by the Speeder
Posted to Just For Fun about 1489 days ago, 2 comment(s)
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Posted to Just For Fun about 1489 days ago, 1 comment(s)
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Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1490 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Not much for "bug shots"...and I have no idea what in the heck this guy is, but he was right there just begging to be shot...
Nikon D7100 Lensbaby CP DG50mm Extension f/5.6 1/500 ISO 100
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1491 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Always looking inside, outside, under and beneath a subject to find the most interesting pieces to highlight. The middle of this little flower really took center stage.
Nikon D7100 Lensbaby CP DG50mm f/5.6 1/400 ISO 100
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1491 days ago, 2 comment(s)
My favorite picture that I have ever captured. We were feeding giraffes on our honeymoon, but this guy was more interested in the camera lens than his food! This capture was all luck!
Posted to Wildlife about 1491 days ago, 1 comment(s)
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1491 days ago, 0 comment(s)
I'm not a fan of most insects but, they're great for macro practice.
Posted to Macro about 1492 days ago, 0 comment(s)
This flower looks soft and gentle; I therefore find it ironic it's the flower of a hot chilli plant. :)
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1492 days ago, 0 comment(s)
I am learning how to optimize my photos using Kenko Extension Tubes. This is one of the better ones.
Posted to Macro about 1492 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Posted to Macro about 1492 days ago, 0 comment(s)
It had been raining heavily so I couldn't resist scouting around outside with the camera.
Posted to Macro about 1492 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Spider hiding badly...
Posted to Macro about 1494 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Don't know what they flowers are but they bud up in the center and have little pollen covered flower babies... It reminds me of something somewhere deep in my childhood memories I can't quite get a grasp on.

Whimsy.
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1499 days ago, 0 comment(s)
The Katydid...different angle and desaturated. They have a life of 24 hours and I suspect this one is actually dying.
Posted to HDR about 1499 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Sitting on the front porch drinking my morning coffee...I spied a katydid on the carpet. I thought it was dead...it wasn't! Had to take some photos. The Katydid was very obliging! 😋 Katydid is a nickname for cicada.
Posted to Macro about 1499 days ago, 3 comment(s)
Posted to Wildlife about 1510 days ago, 0 comment(s)
I was bored this afternoon while doing some computer updates, so I decided to shoot some close up shots of eyewear and sunnier
Posted to Macro about 1510 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Curraghs Wildlife Park in the Isle of Man. May 2015.
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1510 days ago, 0 comment(s)
The echinacea patch attracts these green bees. I always thought they were a fly but no, they are a bee.
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1510 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Sitting at table in the park and I couldn't help but notice the textures within the wood. Time to experiment! That I did.
Posted to Experimental and Abstract about 1513 days ago, 0 comment(s)
two shot stitch,
wilted flowers like folded silk
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1515 days ago, 1 comment(s)
Parched grass and the first green dragonfly I've ever seen. My first focus stack also.
Posted to Wildlife about 1527 days ago, 0 comment(s)
This big guy landed in the driveway after a hard rain started. So of course I sent the kids in for a container so I could get up close and personal.

2+ Diopter (not noted in EXIF).
Posted to Macro about 1529 days ago, 2 comment(s)
Yes, I wish that petal wasn't blocking his front legs, by the time I moved to shoot around it, he'd flown off.
Posted to Macro about 1529 days ago, 1 comment(s)
I did not see this spider until I had taken several photos of this pollinator I have just recently started seeing around. I was out with my son at the grandparents dog kennel and stopped to take a couple of photos, as it was the biggest one of these little hovering pollinators I had seen and low and behold this perfectly invisible spider beat me to it! It was still twitching. Life is brutal even on a tiny scale.
Pretty proud of this photo to be honest, one of my recent favourites.
Likely on the macro setting on my camera wheel, but definitely handheld on manual focus with my kit lens standing by the stinkiest dog poo cooking in the sun!! TMI I know but that's the kind of thing will mess with a person's concentration! LOL
Posted to Macro about 1554 days ago, 0 comment(s)
A butterfly rests on a leaf at the Butterfly Pavilion, in Westminster, Colorado.
Posted to Macro about 1561 days ago, 2 comment(s)