To round off an incredible end to July, I took a lot of flowery photos at Kelsey Park, and to much of a surprise, there were a lot of Canada geese, and it was a great opportunity to get shots of them almost close-up.
The texture on one of the Canada geese however was so detailed, and also made it clear to see how structured their feathers were when in the water.
As an unusual surprise, a Canada goose certainly wasn’t camera shy, because it looked directly at the camera when I took the picture, but you could say he was definitely quite a poser.
I noticed that most of the geese were preening at their feathers. I thought it was weird, as I have never seem them do that before, but then I realised it’s something they do naturally.
I got a photo of a squirrel, just as it thought about running off. It seemed like it was in a rush to get some nuts.
Out of the two dandelion photos I took, one of them featured a drone bee, and the other also had a White Cabbage butterfly, but I did however get them with such sharp detail. The butterfly as a whole had a veiny structure to it, while the antenna on the butterfly itself stood out.
I wasn’t exactly sure what some of the plants were called, as I have never seen some of these new ones before.
Please could you leave comments underneath this blog post of the plants that I was unable to name, as I wasn’t sure what they were, as I never saw these new ones before.
But again, thank you all for another incredible month, and I’ll post more over August.