Tell me a Story: June 2018

I can hardly believe that we are halfway through the year already.  Seems like just the other day it was Christmas and we were rushing around with Amy and Daniel.  I was home alone and decided that I wanted to get out but not for too long.  The temperature outside is climbing, but even worse the humidity.  May and June have been very wet months and the humidity level is super high.

So a quick outing is about 10 minutes away from me.  The local park has a small walk through the bushes.  Outside of that walk is a small butterfly garden.  So that is where I was headed.  However, the butterflies were not in abundance and those that were out were not sitting still.  So today’s blog is more about the different flowers and a number of lizards that I came across, including the little on clutching onto the stem of a flower.

I had taken my macro with the intention of getting up really close however, I did like the creaminess of the images taken with the macro, so I opted not to go in close as a post edit.

 

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Thanks for strolling along with me, I hope you enjoyed the different flora and lizards that I came across.

This is a circle blog and I am looking forward to seeing what everyone else has got up to this month.  Follow the link here to see what my fellow blogger and friend Kim of Kim Sidwell Photography has for you this month, Don’t forget to leave a little love on their pages.

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2 Comments on “Tell me a Story: June 2018

  1. Beautiful images once again this month, Sharleen. I love how you have such diverse environments near your home, with such a variety of flora and fauna to photograph. I love the creamy bokeh your macro lens produced…beautiful!

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    • Thank you so much Kim – We are very lucky with the flora and fauna to be honest. The birds and wildlife that I see even in my back garden is amazing. We had a gator swimming down the canal today. Never did I think I would see that.

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