An experiment with perspective, depth of field, and evening light reveals the intricate nature of veins and venation patterns on an oak leaf. I wonder if venation patterns are like snowflakes?
A tiny red toad crosses our stone driveway. I wonder what prompted it to leave the safety of our lawn? Where is it going?
While visiting my folks I took a few shots of an evening sky from their balcony. The top two shots were taken with a 24-70mm lens, the third with a telephoto lens to capture the golden light coming from the bottom of the cloud layer.
A tiny spider silhouetted on an oak leaf.
Sprouting leaves from an oak tree. A web strand caught the light.