Best 2012 Nature Photographs
Alex West, over at a Scientific American Magazine blog called Compound Eye, has invited photographers to share their favorite 2012 nature photographs (a big thank you to Chris Goforth who mentioned this in her blog, The Dragonfly Woman).
How could I resist the opportunity to go back through last year’s photos and pick my favorites? Although there a few repeats, most of these are new.
Remember to roll over the photo for any identification that I might have put onto it.
Neoscono spider web
venusta orchard spider
corn spider (argiope aurantia)
goldfinch in basil
eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly
caterpillar from eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly
carpenter bee on flowering onion
sunset in central Virginia
Categories: Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens, Nature, Norfolk Botanical Gardens, spiders, Virginia, Williamsburg
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