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Petoskey stone is a rock and a fossil, often pebble-shaped, that is composed of a fossilized rugose coral, Hexagonaria percarinata. ... Petoskey stones are found in the Gravel Point Formation of the Traverse Group. They are fragments of a coral reef that was originally deposited during the Devonian
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Thursday 27th October
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Dawn sun rays back light the open petals of this 'old' rose in the Denver Museum of Nature and Science rose garden.
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Ever wonder why it is so hard to swat a wasp? In addition to their large compound eyes, they have several simple eyes known as ocelli, which are typically arranged in a triangle on top of the head. See photo full screen :)
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Plane of focus is so tight :)
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Forficula auicularia (earwig), whilst on my Garden Safari last week.
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Ripened heads of native grasses hang heavily along tree shaded, walking path of Highline Canal at Green Valley Ranch Golf Course, Denver, CO
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Woodlice are not an insect, for a start they have fourteen legs rather than seven. Their are over 3000 known species of Woodlice but only 37 are native to the UK.
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Best viewed full screen.
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In the UK we only get small ants, but this was a fun shoot.
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Nikon D90
Tokina 100mm f2.8
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Nikon D90
Tokina 100mm f2.8
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This particular front angle of the butterfly makes me giggle because of its comical effect. :D
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It did ripen and it was delectable
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An array of Mexican primrose on an expanding vine among the grasses of our front yard high alpine meadow.
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A deep maroon lily growing in our flower bed is framed by its neighboring ice plant.
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A single Mexican primrose close up. This plant is far more aggressive than expected, the vines are expanding across our high alpine meadow.
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Forgot to turn on my water before the recent heat wave in Colorado's Front Range, these white veronica's are struggling to bloom.
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Blue veronica beginning to bloom among a colorful collection of xeriscaped, high alpine meadow flowers and grasses in our front yard.
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A single lavender bloom begins to show forth from our High Mountain Meadow, xeriscape front yard.
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Like the brilliant reds and yellows of these Goblin Blanket Flowers, native to Colorado's high mesa prairie ecosystem.
An 11 X 14 version was my 1st professional, framed sale to a friend for her new apartment.
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Another of a series of Shasta daisies for Limes Wright comparison with UK coastal daisies.
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A scraggly pair of Shasta daisies standing tall in our High Alpine Meadow, front yard, near Denver International Airport. Taken to share with Limes Wright after an excellent shot of UK seacoast Moon daisies.
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Flowers from my first standard Fuschia, from a cutting. Now about 18months old.
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Close up of a blossoming apple branch in front of the Grand Mercure Hotel, Xi'an, China.
This image is straight out of camera (SOOC).
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I found this rather tricky as it was slightly windy and the rain droplets were so tiny, I could only just make out there was some pink in one of them and hoped for the best. The refracted image is of a potted azalea plant about 4 metres away sitting on the patio with foliage behind it. Every tiny movement I made, along with the wind blowing, meant it was difficult to maintain focus. I know I really should use a tripod but I like shooting freehand, I was therefore really thrilled with this. :D
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Greenfly on one petal, spider under the next.
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I'd been on a countryside walk but didn't see anything that really caught my eye. As I was getting into the car, I noticed a splash of orange and went to take a better look. I was really surprised to see this slightly scruffy and rather windswept but still lovely poppy, almost hidden amongst the tall grass.
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Pretty excited to capture this just after a downpour.
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I noticed this little beetle glinting when I was keeping a close watch on the bumble bee.
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I noticed this bee wasn't very energetic so I kept an eye on it to see whether it would fly away. When it didn't, I thought that perhaps it was really tired and lacking in energy so I went and got some sugared water. I went amongst the plants and tried not to trample them, then carefully spooned some water next to it. I tried to get the water as close as possible without getting it onto the bee for risk of hurting it. It still didn't move for the few minutes I kept watch over it so I smoothed the water over as close as I could. At last, the bee managed to draw enough energy to make a little lunge into the water. I then left it alone and just been to take a look and it's flown away! :D
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It's not really a sorbet obviously. However, the colour and softness did make me think of a refreshing mango sorbet.
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This insect was pretty small and I couldn't really make out what it was. I did freak out a little when I saw it on screen. I don't know what it is, hence the title.
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These flowers are really small. It's amazing how much more detail I can see on the image compared with the naked eye.
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I've never looked at sunflowers close up before. From studying this image, I now understand where exactly sunflower seeds come from. :)
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22nd May 2016
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The last of my Cherry Blossom photos for 2016!
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I really like the way you can see which way the wind is blowing from the direction in which the pollen is flying away.
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My first attempt with a new lens....lots of practice needed!
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Despite being battered by the wind and the rain, many of its petals munched away by bugs and also trodden on by Ruby Dog, this daisy still looks lovely to me. :)
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Just fancy a G&T!
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It's Friday, hurrah! Wishing everyone a lovely weekend. :)
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Hee hee! My first using Nik for post processing. I had to be quick as the frost was melting very quickly whilst I was having a go at this. Thank you to Phil Reay, Tim Clay and Craig Gibson for posting about this software in the first place. :D
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Wishing parents everywhere a lovely Sunday, whether it's their official 'Mother's Day' or not. :)
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You may like to put some shades on before looking at these crocuses.
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It's been proper wintry weather for much of the week, with lovely sunny and frosty mornings. However, I was at work and now it's the weekend, it's back to blowing a hooley with heavy rain. Nevertheless, I now have an image that resembles asteroids in macro outer space. :)
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This makes me think of softly whipped cream.
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Sending love and good wishes to the wonderful members of Snap the Planet. :)
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This rose's outer petals are really showing its age. The middle is still just as beautiful though. For me, this really supports the view that 'beauty comes from within'. :)
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I reckon this wouldn't look out of place as a hat at Royal Ascot.
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I collect Snow Babies for many reason, one is how I can always relate to them about my own babies (who are adults). There is always one to the back that has a Star to represent my angel in heaven Star.
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Although this rose was past its prime, I still found the colouring and textures beautiful.
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Still life for class. Simple rock - beauty of nature
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Does anyone else get fed up trying to think of a title for their images too...?
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It's been so mild for much of the time, I'm not sure whether these berries signify Winter or Spring.
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for throwback thursday a revamp of an old shot I took when I got my FUJI
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I was so excited to wake up to a crisp and frosty Winter's morning, particularly as it was the weekend so I could go out and have some fun. I was focusing so hard, I didn't even realise my bare toes were on the frost. They don't appear to have gone black....yet. :)
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So much rain lately, finding subjects indoors :)
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