Tag Archives: New Braunfels insect photography

Day 120, Friday, April 30th, 2021 Spit Bug Juice Spit bugs? Yes they are a real thing! Nymph spittlebugs pump bubbles into fluid that is secreted as a foamy substance during feeding. This frothy mass protects them from drying out and from enemies. They leave pockets of air bubbles in fluid all over the ground and on […]

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Yay, two weeks in a row! I’m enjoying shooting regularly again. This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Mondays group is “Yellow.” From this week’s instructions (via Moderator Hans Holt): Next week’s theme will be a bright and sunny one! But you can find many suited objects inside your safe home too. We want pictures […]

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Society talks a lot about feeding your mind, body, and spirit. As an artist, how do you feed your soul? I’m talking about those moments that fulfill you as a singular person… not as a mother, father, employee, student… but as YOU. At the end of the day and the end of our lives, we […]

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Monday, April 24th, 2017 This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Monday group is “Intentional Blur.” From this week’s instructions: RESTRICTION: NO TIMEPIECES this week! I think it will be fun to try a camera technique called “In Camera Blur” or “Intentional Blur” to show motion in a subject. I have put together a lovely little gallery […]

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Fifty-two weeks plus a day… 2016 has come to a close. I love that I’ve captured more of our real lives this year. Sometimes as a photographer, I get paralyzed by perfection… wanting each image I share to be technically sound (exposure, focus, composition, design, etc.) and also tell a story. This can lead to not wanting […]

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