Animals / bee / Flowers / Insects / Plants / Roses On Any Hot Sunny Sunday June 13, 2021 Timothy Price50 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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These are epic pics, lovely colors and amazing clarity.
It IS hot and I guess it is predicted to be for the foreseeable future.
Love all the pics, but especially the dragonfly and damselflies (if I have that right) and the grass within and around the day lilies.
Hi Susan. Yes. Dragonfly and Damselfly. The grass on the day lilies is like a claw grabbing onto them.
These are so gorgeous, Timothy. I love the day lilies with the black background – they so pop!
Of course, all the other photos are splendid, too.
Thanks, Dale. Those are old species daylilies, by I’m milking them as much as I can. Right now, if it grows I try to make it look wonderful.
I’m rather amazed at myself that I did know they were daylilies! You succeed, I say.
Amazing shots, Sir!
I love the ladybird sneaking into the picture,
Gorgeous dragonfly !
Blooms and visitors coexisting beautifully [at least photographically! ;-)] Those dragonfly wings are amazing!
Thanks, Marina. Dragonfly wings are amazing.
Hard to capture too!
Such color! The dragonflies and Damselflies! Oh my!
Great shots, Tim.
Such beauty speaks for itself!
Thanks, Mary Jo.
Lord, Timothy you are so talented. The pictures are breathtaking.
Thanks, Gabriela. Hugs to you and your kitties. I hope your shoulder is getting better?
My pleasure and thank you for the hugs. We are sending you plenty of hugs back. My shoulder is getting better. However, we celebrated some events during the weekend. I overdid it. But you how it goes: I wouldn’t change a thing.
Again hugs and purrs to everyone.
I enjoy viewing the world through your lens, Timothy. You give me the immense sky and the beauty of nature evolving with the seasons.
Thanks, Rebecca. I’m happy to share our skies with you.
Thanks, Rebecca. I’m happy to share our skies with you. BTW Did you see the video I posted on Friday with a new original song? The video was taken in the labyrinth in your black bamboo patch.
Don and I have subscribed and been on your YouTube Channel! I knew immediately that “Fallen on Broken Wings” featured my black bamboo patch. I loved the Lola Limp too. I have added it to my Reading Room. Anyone reading this comment – please subscribe to Timothy Price YouTube Channel. Great music, amazing lyrics, fun collaborations!
Thant’s great, Rebecca. Thanks.
I only have about 4 photos of dragonflies. Took me hours and hours of waiting before I found one that would hold still for more than a half second. So I am always in awe of anyone who can take such clear photos of the elusive dragonfly!
Today is a very hot sunny day in San Antonio–97 degrees with a heat index of 105. I hear cicadas singing in the trees, but I don’t see any dragonflies. Thank you for posting this one. 🙂
You must have shy dragonflies. Once I see one land I walk up near it. It usually flies. But then I stand still and wait several seconds and it usually flies back around and lands in the same spot or very near where in was when I walked up to it. Now that I’m simply a fixture in the landscape, I can snap snap snap away and it just sits there.
Beautiful gorgeous pics Tim. Nature never fails to inspire us does she. 💚
Thanks Miriam. Nature is and infinite sours of inspiration.
Wow! What’s the secret Tim? You never take a bad photo, even the bugs are cute!
The secret is I only post the best photos. I get plenty of bad photos. Thanks, Tiffany.
Gorgeous flowers! Is that a grasshopper in the second last shot?
Yes. It’s a tiny grashopper. Thanks, Resa.
Are you getting Cicadas?
Nope. It might be early. But it seems to be a plague in the more eastern parts of the USA right now.
I hope they don’t come here!!!!!!
I think they would have been there unless they head north as in warms up.
Awesome dragon/skimmer shot – tough to get them to lay off the caffeine for a bit so you can get a shot!
These flower series are bright and cheery, Tim! I like the grasshopper in there, too. 🙂
Thanks, Lavinia. It’s a tiny grasshopper.
I love the sunshine in these. The little grasshopper made me smile.
Loving your flowers! Top shots as always 🙂