Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Tuesday Farm Photos: It's a Pollinator Party

Pollinator Party 1

Pollinator Party 2

Pollinator Party 3

Pollinator Party 4

Pollinator Party 5

Pollinator Party 6

Pollinator Party 7
Think Pink!
The rest of us may be wilting from this endless humidity and heat (I stopped looking at the forecast when it kept saying heat index of 103 and not a drop of rain in sight for the entire next week), but the echinacea is in full bloom and couldn't be happier. You can read more about this hardy, easy to grow perennial I love so much here and here.
Need a bigger bouquet today? You'll find lots more flower photos here and here and here.
We do love our pollinators!
4/10/06: Look What Landed At My Feet
5/11/06: Butterfly Conference
5/11/06: My Good Deed For The Day
6/22/06: Farms Depend On Pollinators
6/23/06: You Can't Have Too Many Pollinators Around
6/24/06: Butterflies & Sheep & I Love Spiderwort
6/28/06: Butterfly Paradise
6/29/06: Obsessed With Bunnies & Butterflies
7/08/06: The Stuff Of Life
7/16/06: Butterfly Bonanza
8/26/06: Butterfly Photos Are Better Than Nothing
8/14/07: Joint Pollination Task Force
9/11/07: Welcoming Autumn with Open Arms
9/27/07: The Squash Blossom Butterfly
1/1/08: Fortunately All Flowers Look Perfect to Pollinators
5/8/08: Luna Moth Love (and an amazing butterfly book)
7/6/08:
Abuzz with Activity
7/8/08: Winged Spectacular
3/31/09: Flash of Butterfly Brilliance
6/10/09: A Lovely Luna Moth
7/10/09: Designer Pollinators
5/27/10: Barn Life

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5 comments:

  1. Any chance of seeing that photo with the packrat and the machete? I'm not familiar with a packrat (although I think I tend to be one -ha!ha!). I think we would all like to see that picture.

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  2. These pictures are beautiful!! And also very professional looking. Do you mind sharing what type of camera you use? I too take floral pictures when my various plants bloom but certainly don't get the same photo quality as you.

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  3. Hi Barb,
    Ha! I'll see what I can do. I don't have a scanner, which is probably just fine with Joe. ;)

    Hi Margaret,
    Thank you! As for my camera, for the past three and a half years, I've been taking all of my pictures (tens of thousands) with a Canon PowerShot A630 (click here to read about it), and I just love it.

    I'm too lazy and impatient to learn how to work all the features (or to learn PhotoShop or spend time cropping) so I basically always shoot in AUTO mode. Also, for me, being able to quickly capture a moment is the most important thing and the AUTO mode lets me do that. The zoom feature works great.

    This is my second Canon PowerShot, and I've been really happy with them. This model has been out for a while, so there are newer PowerShots that are similar and cost a lot less. I'm actually planning to trade up to the Canon PowerShot G11 soon, which came out last fall, and am really excited. You can read more about this camera here.

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