Monthly Archives: June 2012

Mute Swans

Photographing birds ususally takes a back seat to golf and fishing this time of the year.  The main reason is the birds are nesting and they have young but also because I just don’t like the bugs…lolololol.  Recently I did manage … Continue reading

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Great Golden Digger Wasp

This weekend my Digger Wasps decided to come back and build their nests under my patio stones.  They are very adept at digging their burrows under my patio and for an insect they can move a lot of dirt in very little … Continue reading

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Telephoto Insects

  I love getting out there with my Nikon 105mm F2.8  macro but my new Nikon 300mm F4 is a sharp, close focusing lens.  It really reaches out so I can take insect images without getting too close. With the early … Continue reading

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Strange Bedfellows

A good friend and I were out birding the other day near Chaffey’s Locks, when we happened to see the strangest thing.  A water snake came up behind a bullfrog and rested its head on the frog’s back.  We tried … Continue reading

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