Category Archives: Macro Stacking
A review of works on the walls so far… Still a work in progress… Line ’em up, rearrange a couple perhaps… It’s not over yet! (FYI, Studio 107, not far from the gallery in Martinsville, VA, provides space for the … Continue reading
We gave ourselves one day to set up our photography/fiber art works exhibit prior to the September 13 opening night at Piedmont Arts. Hm-m-m… How to fill a completely empty room in such a way that visitors will be “drawn in” to the room… We had … Continue reading
Title warning – everything is in the eye of the beholder! Bright colors, sunlit, golden, pretty… Dark, gritty, slimy, ground-dwellers, ugly… These were shot within 6 feet of each other.
Two years later, these winged creatures have come back to the same plant in the same location! And, they’re still only as tiny as my pinky fingernail.
Time to break ’em in!
… plenty good, Charlie! What song are you embarrassed that you know every word to????? Last week, I left Gander Mountain with not only a new pair of hiking boots, but also this box of candy that I had believed was … Continue reading
Finally, after much crawling around, I witness a wing-check by this contortionist. Fascinating, especially watching the beetle ensure the wings are safely tucked back in place. Always wash hands afterwards!
This is why I don’t care what the name of this beetle is or from what kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species (one of the enduring lists memorized from BFJHS 9th grade biology) it morphed: Having just watch an earlier episode of … Continue reading
Sunlit in the dark.
Even some green branches couldn’t weather the past ice storm.