We haven’t had a particularly cold winter in Tucson, but I’m still looking forward to the end of the season and the beginning of Spring because that means we can start taking some excursions to create images of little critters so tiny one needs a macro lens to capture them, like this half-inch long grasshopper nymph I photographed in […]
Pleasing Fungus Beetles enjoying pleasant tasting fungus in southern Arizona. Image copyrighted. Reproduction, copying & file sharing prohibited.
Have you ever seen a baby Katydid? As a mature insect, their beautiful green color and shape is interesting and appealing, but as a nymph, they are downright fascinating. Their color scheme and pattern is striking and unique. I didn’t know what I was photographing when my macro lens caught this wildly colored itsy bitsy creature […]
This little spider is a Green Lynx (Peucetia viridans). I found him crawling around on a plant by a stream in the Santa Rita Mountains of southern Arizona. That I saw him at all is remarkable since, besides the fact that his color blends so perfectly with the plant, he is only 1/4 to 1/2 inch big! […]
Well now here’s something you don’t see everyday: mating ladybugs. Apparently it was cause for pause, not only by me, but by the voyeuristic bug looking on, who hadn’t seen such a sight before either!