Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
Wow. This is extraordinary. Your post today reminds me of a comment that Julie made last evening about her macro lens helping her overcome her fear of insects. Julie made the comment during a delightful dinner with Rob and Mandy of Barcelona Daily Photo.
Big eyes!:)Thanks for sharing this unique image. Nice and interesting.
I'm loving your new lens!
This is indeed unique! You are doing SO well already with your new lens.
Great macro. I noticed the first butterfly of the season yesterday, but it was too quick for me so I didn't get any good photos.
Butterflies????? Up here it's still snow flies! hahahaha But I CAN dream!
That is amazing!
My, what big eyes you have my dear. Now for some reason, I am craving an orange.
Oh dear...I wouldn't want to be a little bug and awake to that sight! I'd be a goner for sure!What a super photo!Re your comment on Ocala: The store is called The Gray Fox and it sells all kinds of jewelry and stuff...buying gold is a sideline. It appeared to me the woman was looking for some jewelry. Her male friend was trying to be helpful but seemed a little bored...
Fab use of your macro lens! Looks like he/she is enjoying that orange.
Are those blue eyes. What an excellent photo.
Nice one, Sharon. I don't have a special macro lens, so I guess I need to leave this to you and others . . .
Wow, definitely a wow photo, Sharon. Love the shot. What a great angle you got him.
Wow, you can see his nectar sucking thingy!
WOW! Terrific capture, Sharon! I didn't realize they like orange juice... :-)
Wow! This is amazing. Could you tell me what macro you're using? I think I'm in the market for one. If I can get shots like this, then I'm definitely in the market.
Yesssss, what a brilliant photo!
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