Maybe this detail of the face of a sunflower will make those in cold climates feel a touch warmer, even if just for a moment. 🙂 Image copyrighted. Any use requires licensing from Martha Lochert. http://www.MarthaLochertPhotography.com
Last weekend I took a ninety minute ride over to Willcox, Arizona and while exploring a field of sunflowers came across this tiny Spotted Cucumber Beetle. At first I didn’t notice it because they are so small. I was photographing the bees pollinating the flowers when I noticed the diminutive insects, which were about the size of a […]
Happy Easter. May your day be as bright and hopeful as this cheery yellow sunflower. Image copyrighted Martha Lochert. Any use requires licensing.
The yellow woolly daisy (Eriophyllum wallecei) is a diminutive plant in the sunflower family with half-inch wide heads that bloom from March through June in the desert washes and open sandy soil of the southwest United States and northern Mexico. I photographed these after sunset with a macro lens, a dragged shutter (to show ambient light in the sky), […]