Nouan-le-Fuzelier, France, taken on December 27, 2011
Winter’s Frost persists on a thin branch on a chilly morning, forming strands in the approximate shape of a web. Freezing.
Another bird sighting after this one. I rather like the interaction between the trees and branches around the bird. Add those to the list of things I like to photograph, in addition to clouds and skies.
I passed by the same place I was at 3 months ago, and decided to see if that ladybug was still on that same branch. It was. Okay, maybe not the same ladybug and the same branch, but it was certainly the exact same location. Sometimes I wonder if this ladybug ever moves…hmm. No DSLR this time, and the macro on my Canon didn’t capture the tiny thing so well, but the manual focus came in handy at the perfect time – it worked like magic!
I looked out the window this afternoon and caught these two birds chilling on a tree branch way up high. Maybe they were on a date? Unfortunately they were a little too far from me, so I had to use full zoom on my camera. As a result I was madly taking pictures of them in hopes that at least one would turn out okay. Well, I guess it wasn’t too bad 😉