This was my first time raising Eastern Black Swallowtails! One day, I decided to plant some parsley and dill in a medium-sized container right out back, just on the side of our deck, next to the steps. A few days later, there they were! We had 6 eggs! Read On→
I’m very fortunate to have always had good luck feeding hummingbirds. Year after year, they always come back to spend the summer with me and I’ve literally spent hours photographing them. It never gets old ♥
Colorful spots of black, white and orange certainly don’t help this winged-beauty camouflage into the greenery of summertime but that’s what makes it unique. A colorful badass and obviously not afraid to standout, meet the Ailanthus Webworm Moth (Atteva punctella).Read On→
If you know anything about me, you know I’m absolutely head over heels in love with hummingbirds. From their sweet chirps to their tiny yet powerful wings, every spring I anxiously anticipate their return. The first day they show up at the feeder easily becomes my new favorite day. I’m also obsessed with taking photos of them, easily spending countless hours trying to capture great shots of them but that’s another post entirely.
When ladybugs come to visit me, I hold that moment very deep in my heart. Morning coffee, peaceful spring rain and photographing a ladybug.Read On→