Hello again! I was away for just over a week as I was experimenting further with my photography skills, to give all of you a chance to see the photos from my perspective.
You may notice I took pictures of the same plant, but I thought I’d spice it up a bit by taking it from various angles.
To be honest, I wasn’t sure what this plant was called, but it looks almost similar to a sunflower.
There was one friendly bird that stood out from the crowd the most, and it was a robin, and he certainly was a good poser for the camera. He even hid behind one of the bushes.
I managed to get 2 good shots of a White Cabbage butterfly, and also a rare sighting of a Red Admiral butterfly. I wasn’t exactly sure what one of the butterflies were, but I think I got a photo of a Julia butterfly.
I’m sorry if 3 or 4 of the photos of the spider look slightly blurred, because I had trouble getting the camera into focus on the spider when I zoomed in.
One of the photos I uploaded to this blog post I couldn’t tell whether there was morning dew or whether it was a bit of fluff.
Some spiders do show their way of creating a territory of their own on plants. For example, 1 or 2 photos contain a heap full of cobwebs.
Can you spot the Propylea Quattuordecimpunctata ladybird in this post?
I have a question. Do some of the sunflower lookalike flowers act like they’re floating?
Keep your eyes peeled on this post, because I’m uploading a video on YouTube now, which could take a while to encode. So please stay tuned.
[UPDATE]: The video ‘All Things Bright And Beautiful!’ is now available to watch on YouTube, and on this blog post.