Photographing a butterfly
Monthly Archives: June 2012
There are two main types of image I tend to take in environments like the Waterhouse Plantation, especially when I’m going through a creative dry spell. The first are ones like those I posted yesterday: landscapes or still lives made interesting by image composition or post-processing. The second is of things happening, such as wildlife flitting past.
The squirrel above actually posed for this shot. He stopped and held this position until I took a picture, and then he ran off.
In another part of the plantation, there was a large bush which was, and there is only one way to describe this, COVERED IN BEEEES.
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