These tiny white ﬂowers will soon be delicious wild raspberries.
Wild black raspberries. Looks like the birds got there ﬁrst. Saved one for me. Delicious!
As soon as I quit messing around in Photoshop, I’ll get The Pitch emailed out to everyone. Lots of good news in this issue…
I didn’t do any special processing here, just converted it to black and white in Photoshop.
Complete with an angel hiding in the trees to watch over them.
Another white ﬂower, this time a simple melon or squash blossom just before dawn.
On my way across the country in 2009, I stopped in Denver for the two day Colorado Drupal Camp. The Colorado Drupal Camp is probably one of the best events I’ve ever attended.
Who knew that ﬂies could be so colorful? This ﬂy chose to sleep on a bed of Queen Anne’s lace.
I managed to capture the structure of this spiderweb while the spider was actively working on it. If you know what kind of spider this is, please let me know in the comments.
Here’s another breed of spider just moseying along on her web. If you know what kind of spider this is, please let me know in the comments.
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