Photographic options expand in November with the afternoon sun low on the horizon.
After two days of nonstop rain, beads of water on an electrical cord turned into “sun drops” in the morning light.
There were shadows on our fence yesterday that I hadn’t noticed until after the weekend storm.
Forget what species of butterfly is in the frame, sometimes the lighting and exposure turns the shot into an oil painting…of sorts.
I was in the Sierras this past weekend where the aspen were starting to turn a shimmering yellow. Next weekend should be a full blast of color.
The underside of a painted lady butterfly has two “owl eyes” on each wing, or at least that’s what I see in this photo.
This egret and its shadow has either too many legs or not enough.