I captured this bumble bee flying away from the flowers to the right. This is one of my best action shots.
These red and orange berries grow on our hedge bushes during winter and early spring. They make great photographs.
It’s always hard to photograph flies because they’re just to quick! This one sat just long enough for a photograph.
Look closely on the far end of this beautiful red sunflower, and you will see a good sized bumble bee sitting on the flower and enjoying himself.
I photographed these peculiar growths on a dead tree in the Alabama Lake Guntersville St. Park. I think they might be some type of fungus.
Beside the green and healthy fig leaves, you can see a tiny, baby fig that will be ready to eat in a few months.
By experimenting with different angels, I managed to make this Pine look higher than it really was!
These tiny white plumb flowers made a good photo. We planted the tree last year, so it is still small. Maybe it will produce a few plumbs this year.
Colorful leaves always make a good photographed. This cluster was no exception.