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Butterfly museum

Just returned from my trip to Pompano, Florida.My husband and I decided to stop at the butterfly World that was located at Coconut creek, Florida. While there I did get a couple good shots I would like to share. I will share a few other shots after I get all my pictures gone through. Hope you enjoy these as much as I do.  continue reading

My new illustration for everyone

Hello! My new illustration for everyone!     continue reading

Some fast tips on photographing insects and other invertebrates

Insects are a very interesting subject to photograph. Can be useful, however, to have some foresight, to get a better result. Know your "enemy" insects are an interesting subject to photograph because they are virtually everywhere, but it must be familiar with the biology of the species that interest us, to be able to photograph them. I therefore strongly recommend to buy a small field manual on the entomological fauna of your region, or about the group of insects of you interest.... continue reading

Butterflies Coloring the World

   Sun shines high, temperature rises fast,it's already pretty green on the otherside of the glass.But wearing shorts and summer dressesin many countries you still cant't.Still be happy as soon you can!Dress up for a walk outdoors, in a park or countryside.Hear and listen the happiness of singing birds,notice butterflies coloring the world.Enjoy the moment. Memorize it. Capture it. And share with us.Create a gallery of colorful butterflies, it would be nice.... continue reading

10 most used stock illustrations

If you want to create a flyer or a children's book, or you just want an icon to illustrate a button on your website, stock illustrations offer you a wide range of possibilities and elements that you can mix together to create unique designs or use them as they are.This wide range I'm referring to is a never ending cycle, beginning with simple patterns inspired from old, vintage materials, or architecture and continuing with modern age technology influences such as icons and infographics.Patterns... continue reading

BUTTERFLY KODAK MOMENT TRUE STORY

BUTTERFLY TRUE STORY I HAVE A STORY ABOUT THIS BUTTERFLY...IT WAS A HAPPY DAY WHEN THIS BUTTERFLY FLEW INTO MY MOTHER'S HOUSE . FIRST OF ALL, THE FLOWER YOU SEE HERE WAS THE FLOWER THAT WAS PUT IN A VASE AS A PRESENT TO MY MOM ...MY DAD PLACED THE FLOWER IN THE VASE TO SURPRISE HER ON HER ANNIVERSARY BEFORE HE TOOK HER OUT ON HER SPECIAL DAY...THEN OUT OF NOWHERE IN FLEW A BUTTERFLY FROM AN OPENED WINDOW AND IT LANDED RIGHT ON TOP OF THE FLOWER. THE FLOWER MATCHED THE BUTTERFLY SO PERFECTLY... continue reading

Coyote Butte: Just another cinder cone?

In times past, volcanic cinder cones like this one were excavated for their red traction material spread by the road commission on icy streets, roads and highways of Central Oregon.Cinders have since been replaced by other more high-tech ice melting substances, so the remaining hills now serve as viewpoints for hikers, as well as impromptu shooting ranges for gun enthusiasts and trash dumps for irresponsible partiers.Nevertheless, Coyote Butte stands out on the Central Oregon High Desert as... continue reading

Horse Butte, Bend, Oregon

Horse Butte is a partially-excavated cinder cone volcano in the southeast corner of Bend, Oregon.It was once mined for its gritty red cinders that provided traction on icy roads.The promontory has since undergone reclamation efforts to restore its natural state as much as possible since a considerable portion of the east side is gone, exposing its rusty red interior.At the summit is an old growth ponderosa pine that has survived hundreds of lightning strikes.Access to the top is by means of... continue reading

Bessie Butte - A Nice Walk to a Spectacular View

I find it curious that there are only seven photos of Bessie Butte and its panoramic view on Dreamstime - all submitted by me....Especially since it is easy to reach, easy to hike, and beautiful to behold once you reach the top.The extinct cinder cone volcano is five miles southeast of Bend, Oregon.The view is enhanced by the lack of mature trees, the result of the 18 Fire of 2003 that burned 3,810 acres of the Deschutes National Forest to the north of the butte.A 2006 planting of some 10,... continue reading

Count Your Buttons Day :D

After my World Bread Day blog, I got curious as to what other cool, off-beat holidays there are."Count Your Buttons Day" is upon us - celebrated on October 21st!!! How excited are you? Oh come on, just because there's no history behind this holiday nor an actual purpose, it doesn't mean it's totally meaningless. Buttons themselves have a good, long history and they're very useful in keeping clothes from falling off :PI found some sites where... continue reading

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