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Giant Mums

I had an opportunity to photograph these gorgeous giant mums our dear friend grew at home a few years ago. I happened to come across these pictures during this coronavirus pandemic days. Hope you enjoy viewing them.

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Hummingbirds

I love taking photographs of hummingbirds because it’s fun and challenging as they seem to be moving all the time. These were the images of the adorable hummingbirds I captured at a local zinnia flower bed two years ago.

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Reflection of Black-eyed Susan

Black-eyed Susan flower as seen from a dew drop: I went to Brookside Gardens yesterday with my Olympus mirrorless camera (E-M1 Mark II) with 70-300 mm lens (equivalent to 140-600 mm) for the hummingbird shot but was disappointed to only see one. Instead I just […]

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Glittering Dragonfly

I took this photo using my Olympus Mirrorless camera with 12-200 mm (equivalent of 24-400mm) lens. Camera setting were ISO 400, f/6.3, 1/160 sec. and zoom at 200mm. Sunlight made the magic so the wings looked like glittering jewels.

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Birds at Sunflower Field

I went back to McKee Beshers Sunflower field two days ago for the bird shots. There were lots of goldfinches around as the sunflower seeds have ripened nicely. I stayed over an hour and half but did not spot any indigo butting. Just as I […]

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McKee Beshers Wetland

On the way to McKee Beshers sunflower field the two days ago (7/22) and after the stop at horse ranch, I also stopped at the wetland on west end of McKee Beshers where we used to take some beautiful white egrets. Unfortunately, the open water […]

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