Monthly Archives: February 2017

94 Today I thought that I would share a group of Wildflower shoot that I Took back in 2013 around my general area of Central New York State. Starting to get a lit Spring Fever setting in with the anticipation of it's coming gifts like birds, flower, insects and a hole lot of warm green coloration. It's a bout a month and maybe a half out from here in my parts even though we are having unseasonable warm weather a gain here. Some of my friends are already collecting sap from there Maple Trees and we do have some of our spring plants staring to pock out of the ground that we have noticed. Anyway, enjoy this small collection from the past, MT flowers09797flowers127127 Red Cloverflowers130130 Daisyflowers149149 Speedwellflowers150150 Hawkweedflowers183183 B-eyed Susanflowers278278 Aster Sorry, I do not have the names of the first two flowers image, (94) and (97). (127) Red Clover, (130) Daisy, (149) Speedwell, (150) Yellow Hawkweed, (183) Brown-eyed Susan, (278) Sticky Aster

38 A Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly enjoying one of the Henry's Lily flower blossoms from the back yard last year. The encounter gave me about 6 or 7 really good shots to use here on the blog. I am so much looking forwards to the return of both the lily and the butterfly that came and visited it this coming year. Yesterday was the first day since last October that I got out with my camera for nature shots. It was nice to shoot some ducks and Mergansers on the Chenango River along with a small Red Fox that was going up and down the bank looking for mice or molls. The camera is still giving me trouble with image quality after taking that plunge in the Susquehanna River last summer. The image have a lot of background noise in them. I've tried different ISO setting and exposure times to try and compensate but in the end results nothing seems to help. The main sensor just may be gone in it. So no new images as of yet that I'm willing to share with you all at this moment, Sorry. I'm still trying to work on it as time and ideas come. Thank you for your continued support and comments, MT :)