Bumblebee On Tiny Bloom

After observing Bumblebees the last few years I have made a couple of discoveries: One Bumblebees DO have tongues. I knew this in theory but till you take a picture of a Bumblebee with its tongue out you really do doubt it is so. Secondly is they feed off flower with blooms smaller than they are and they get the job done some how. Amazing pollinators and cool to watch as well.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA


Waiting On A Button….

…….well a few Buttonbushs to be exact. Any normal year they would be here within a few weeks but it looks like the harsh Winter has but them in  delay pattern. What to do till their arrival? Look at and post pics from last year. Here is one of these great little pollinator filling stations at work!


Long Past Gone

I normal shot in B&W with my ol’ point and shots but have made several attempts at Color-to-B&W conversions. Here is another such attempt and the subject is an abandoned one room building I found several weekends ago. It was to cold then, and the Sun was not checking then, but it showed up to give me a hand yesterday. See what you think.



We had a minor ice-storm, read the lights stayed on we are safe and warm, come through late yesterday evening. I tried to capture its eerie beauty last night with my Olympus SP-350. Armed with an LED flashlight and sans a tri-pod  to steady my shivering hands the results were less than stellar but I had a great time trying! So I got up and headed out before the ice started to melt this morning and took a few quick shots. Since the sun is smarter than me and stayed in bed the lighting is not great but I hope you enjoy Winter’s version of Embraced.


An Early Autumn Find

As I was perusing  my-way-back files for a worthy capture for the day I came across this one. I took it with my Olympus SP-350 in early Autumn. You remember back when the sun was making daily appearances, quite unlike this late Fall fun known as the gray days of Fall around here. And the pollinators were drinking in the last of natures harvest before it beds down till Spring. So I share with you an early Autumn find!