Photography Inspired by My Backyard Wildlife HabitatPosted: January 9, 2010
I started out just setting up galleries with clickable thumbnails, then I went to Flash slideshows. I like them both, but neither one is easy to update! I need to get back to these and add more, but for now enjoy the show. Click the title to go to the gallery.
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A few of these are not in my backyard. The slideshow may not begin automatically depending on your browser; look for the link at the bottom of the paragraph.
I leave plants, especially natives, standing through the winter for foraging birds and other wildlife, and for insects to lay their eggs and nest. When I cleaned out my garden this spring I was entranced by the delicate beauty of all the dry, empty seed heads, the tattered spiderwebs and brittle stems. The slideshow may not begin automatically depending on your browser; look for the link at the bottom of the paragraph.
An ever-expanding gallery as the birds “bring” more berries to my yard all the time, and one that I really need to update now that I think about it. I have more berries than this in the yard, and had perfect weather in June for photographing them.
Just a few photos of some vegetables. Most of them are on film, and I’m looking for a good negative scanner rather than scan the prints.
I have other galleries there featuring birds, butterflies and critters, and although more than half of each gallery was taken in my back yard, it’s not technically of my backyard wildlife habitat—but feel free to take a look while you are there.
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