Two photos of a bridge over the Snake River, near Copperfield Campground.
Spiders come in a variety of sizes, and sometimes it’s hard to tell how big they are in close-up photographs. Maybe some of them aren’t so scary after all…
Yesterday was Mother’s Day, and these Nora Barlow Columbine flowers chose the perfect time to reach full bloom.
Daffodils and Muscari are common sights around this time of year, so it should be no surprise they’ve found their way here.
Don’t stumble into this pit if you’re a bug.
This will be the third year in a row I’ve photographed these tulips. They’re a sign that a new season of life is here.
Spring must be approaching – I finally found some bugs venturing out of wherever they hide during the cold winter this afternoon.
There were about 25 waxwings that flew into the trees and bushes alongside our yard. They were more stylish than skittish, so a photographer who didn’t own anything larger than a 200-mm lens (me) was able to get close enough to capture some of their intriguing details.
I found several rollie pollies hiding beneath a pot in the garden and decided to get down on their level.
Somewhere I heard that you shouldn't be afraid to put your camera through some abuse, because otherwise may miss unique photo opportunities. I'm guessing the person who said that had plenty of money to spend on replacing equipment. Fortunately, my camera ...