I shot these just a few minutes ago in my own back yard, using my lowly iPhone 11.
Here are my latest entries to Becky of Winchester’s April Bright Square Photo Challenge.
Here are my contribution to Lens-Artists photo challenge #144 – Taking Flight.
This is my entry for Becky B of Life of B’s April Bright Square Challenge. According to my photo editor, this image is equal in length and width. So why does it look (to me) as if it’s taller than wider?
I took this photograph on June 20, 2002 in Maui. I was driving the Road to Hana and pulled over. Walking into the forest I came across this waterfall where people were jumping into the reservoir below. Luckily I had a waterproof disposable camera, so I was able to join in the fun. The very next day, I turned 40 years of age. A special moment indeed.
I took this photo on September 16 of last year. I was having a difficult time making any sort of a decent capture with my camera. The strap got a bit tangled around my wrist, and while trying to untangle it, I inadvertently snapped this shot. Another special moment.
Baltimore is one of those cities with a lot of one way thoroughfares. If you make a wrong turn, unless you’re very familiar with the city, you will get lost in a heartbeat. That’s what happened to me. The day was winding down and I was beginning to panic because rush hour was on the verge of beginning. I saw this view in my rearview mirror and decided to take advantage. I stopped my car, hopped out and took this shot. The people behind me in traffic were less than pleased, but I saw many cars taking my same route.
This poor fellow has seen better days. Fortunately, the damage to his wings didn’t impair his ability to fly. Seconds after I hit the shutter on my camera, he took off like a bullet.
In this tiny world, a little butterfly can be a giant. Note the hitchhiker on the tip of his wing.