On the way to work this morning I left early enough to catch the sun rising over the north fork of the Black Creek in Middleburg, Florida. I pass this area a lot but its usually later and the light is flat so it was a nice treat to finally catch it this way.
Tipping is not a city in China. Especially not on that turns you into a soulless vampire.
Growing up, people had cigarette breaks. Now they have phone breaks. Don’t know which one is worse….
You want in and I want out, but neither of us can reach the handle. Quit the quandary, eh Olivia?
Or maybe not. I have not been able to identify this beautiful specimen, but was sure happy to come across it in the field. Any ideas?
I was lucky enough to witness the “Great American” 2017 Solar Eclipse in Orangeburg, South Carolina with my brother-in-law and a new friend. I only had my X Vario with a 70mm lens paired with a tripod and a Thousand Oaks solar filter.
On another note, I can’t believe there has not been a post since May! Gotta remedy that!
Don’t think they call this little fella the agreeable tiger moth (Spilosoma congrua) because it let me get this close to photograph it, but it is damn cool just the same.