My passion for the animals is what really started my journey working with the camera. I document as many lives as I can in my outings. It is a way of me translating to the human world that this other life-form was here. It is really sad that there are way to many humans who perceive the wilderness as ugly and dangerous, when in fact they are truly beautiful.
A Common Whitetail dragonfly basks in the sun atop a rock.
A Tiger Moth catepillar finds the end of a branch.
A Swan raises her head from the pond.
A group of Tiger Swallowtail butterflies feeding from the moist soil.
A Nursery Spider was found on an old wooden plank.
Neoscona crucifera, a Orb-weaver spider.
A Monarch Catepillar clings to the underside of a Milkweed leaf.
A grasshopper finds it’s meal on a Queen-of-the-Prairie plant.
I photographed this red Meadowhawk Dragonfly on a blue tarp.
A happy Blue Dasher Dragonfly.
I photographed this Tweleve-Spotted Skimmer as it was enjoying the warmth of the sun, hanging on a rope.
A juvenile Cottontail Rabbit hides under the leaves of a Lily plant.
Argiope, an Orb-Weaver Spider. She creates interesting zigzags in her web.
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