A Wildlife Gunslinger.
I have been away, trying to catch up. Brilliant L/Egret Keith.
Those are all lovely photos, but I especially love the butterfly! That is a gorgeous shot!Perhaps it was a cicada?
I love the macro shots, Keith. The butterfly is wonderful - great depth of field:)
Hi Keith,not too much but nice anyway...Try to relax mate and take care ;-)
Hang in there Keith! :)Sending you my very best wishes, prayers, hugs, and golden light...although I'm pretty sure you could shoot in a rainstorm and come out with gorgeous shots!
your pics are so great, beautyful, I m dreaming, if I see them, thank you and have a nice time ! big hugh Kathrin
Hi ...I have seen your comments on other blogs but never took time to check yours out...seems you are having a tough time of it with your health..sorry to hear that !! It can be very flustrating dealing with medical health doctors,hospitals and all!!I like you photos...went back abit and looked at some of your past blogs too!!Hope you can get a spark of inspiration and fell better!! : }
That's beautiful Common Blue Butterfly. So, its another 3 months 'till your next hospital, it'll be a long waiting time. Never mind, you have a nice time with nature.
All quiet down South also Keith. Like the Egret. We all have to be a bit patient as present I am sure soon things will liven up.
Thank you Roy. Hope you had a good time.Sarah, thank you. I think the unknown flier is a hoverfly of some sort. It was big lolThank you Joanna. I’m glad there are some butterflies around at the moment, to make up for the lack of birds. ;)Thanks for your comment Chris :)Jen, thanks for your good wishes.We get a lot of practice shooting in the rain, in this country lolThank you Kathrin. I’m glad you enjoy the pictures. :)Grammie, thank you for stopping by, and commenting. Appreciate it.And following too……thank you. :)Cheers Bob. I think I’ll have to go back to work soon lolThanks Bobbster. Yea, I’ve never been good with patience lolShould soon start to get the winter arrivals.
Love your photos, I gather your name is Kieth, good to know.
Love your photos, Kieth.
Lovely, the first one is very intimate and artistic...i love it ;)
The egret photo is lovely, Keith.
Sebi, thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. Glad you enjoyed your visit.Thanks Horst. Glad you enjoy them.Dominic, thank you. :)Thank you Wilma. He's becoming a regular at one of my local lakes, but he's very wary still.
SO at least now you know WHEN..some time to relax between now and then..I love the Egret photo...the way his soft feathers are fluttering a bit thats so cool...and the marco's are awesome great focal point on that big EYE!Dont discourage everything will come your way--
Thanks Dixxe. Yea, finally got a date; but my doctor isn't happy, says it's too long, so he will chase them up.
I find the first photo perfect and very thought-provoking, Keith. Some time ago I was thinking hard about depth of field in photography and realized in how many ways you can see the depth in a scene...
Hi Keith! As always, amazing photographs. I love love love looking at your blog.
Thank you Petra. It's always fun to experiment with depth of field I think.Lenora, thank you for your comment. Glad you enjoy your visits :)
...all picture are very beautiful and very precious!
Thank you for your comment Claudia :)
your pictures of the egret makes me want to get back to East Paris Park in Grand Rapids, by where I used to live. there were always a couple of grey herons and egrets there. so fun to watch!
Thanks Doreen. The Egrets are such beautiful birds aren't they, with their snowy white plumage.