Blog Posts - Garden Photography



A Harlequin Gem

I always find it amazing that the smallest of the world’s creatures, be they bugs like this Hibiscus Harlequin Bug, birds, fish, butterflies, lizards etc somehow are often the most colorful while the big stuff is rather drab.
by Wild Eye View on Mar 5, 2016

Almost Dainty

Almost Dainty. This Dainty Swallowtail Butterfly in the making has been chewing up the leaves of my lime tree!
by Wild Eye View on Mar 4, 2016

Feasting on Flying Ants

A Tent Spider feasting on a flying ant. These guys weave a fine dome structure that looks similar to a tent. When you see the web its easy to understand how they got their name.
by Wild Eye View on Dec 18, 2015

A Plague Begins!

Eighty percent of Queensland is gripped by a devastating drought that has already lasted more than a few years. But there has been some rain in Brisbane, and with it comes back garden activity such as these two locusts busy doing the dirty! Add a few...
by Wild Eye View on Oct 14, 2015

A Plague Begginith!

Eighty percent of Queensland is gripped by a devastating drought that has already lasted more than a few years. But there has been some rain in Brisbane, and with it comes back garden activity such as these two locusts busy doing the dirty! Add a few...
by Wild Eye View on Oct 14, 2015

Follow Friday #31: Having Fun in the Summertime

Happy Fri-Yay! I'm so happy you came to visit me today! As busy as a week  as it's been here with Back to School, my children are finally all settled in. I'm back to finishing up painting a couple of projects that have been in the works. This we...
by Cherishing A Sweet Life on Aug 7, 2015

Friday Follow 22: The Fab Four

Happy almost weekend! Hope your week has been going well! This week has been full of end of the year events for the girls' school. Lindsay had a Cinco de Mayo party, there is a talent show to get ready for, and today I'm off to see a play about Pirat...
by Cherishing A Sweet Life on May 8, 2015

Beitou Hot Springs for Jetstar

Beitou Hotsprings is a hotspring area originally developed by the Japanese. Easily accessible by MRT, it’s historical sites and hotspring scenery makes for a great daytrip. I shot these photos on assignment for Jetstar. This stream runs out of...
by The Taiwan Photographer on Apr 9, 2015

A Week in CASL photos: March 12- March 18

I am so glad you stopped by to visit me today! What I love about Wednesday is that I get to share with you a peek into what my week has been like, and possibly a sneak peek to what next week will bring. I've tried 365 Photo or Daily photo memes sever...
by Cherishing A Sweet Life on Mar 18, 2015

A Week in CASL photos: February 19- February 25

I am so glad you stopped by to visit me today! What I love about Wednesday is that I get to share with you a peek into what my week has been like, and possibly a sneak peek to what next week will bring. I've tried 365 Photo or Daily photo memes sever...
by Cherishing A Sweet Life on Feb 25, 2015

Share a Snap Sunday: Fall Color

The fall color here has peaked but this maple tree of our neighbors has leaves falling all in our yard.  The stunning colors are like little presents strewn all over the yard and walk. Here is another shot that was nice on my desktop. ...
by The Charm of Home on Nov 2, 2014

Beginner's guide: Complete Tips for Garden Photography

Obviously, all gardens differ, however gardens are among the most beautiful places to shoot. The fun thing about gardens is that rich with life and detailed with architecture and landscape, gardens provide a myriad of interesting subject matter, incl...
by Success Photography on Sep 18, 2014

Black & White Photography Project - The Garden Bench

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by The Syders on Sep 14, 2014

Feast or Famine

It’s amazing what you find in your garden if you take the time to look. Spotted this Bar Throated Locust warming itself in the early morning sun. It was huge, at least 50mm-60mm long and wondered what it would be like to get caught up in a swar...
by Wild Eye View on Jul 31, 2014

B is for ,,, The Alphabet Photo Project

It's the time of year when everything goes quite mad in the garden, suddenly there is a growth spurt and the grass is ten feet high and the flowers are all starting to bloom.  This year I left a couple of the lawns to do their thing - one has da...
by City Coastal Life & Style on May 21, 2014

Choice is Yours

Quote: Choice is Yours When we wake up in the morning, wehave two simple choice.Go back sleep and dreams, or wake up andchase those dreams.Choice is yours … Choice is yours … **entry orang malas... blogger Malaysia, info minda, tutorial cara...
by Silence Blogz on May 15, 2014

My mom’s garden {Wordless Wednesday}

So pretty. So relaxing. One of my favorite things to explore and photograph. My mom’s garden… Happy Wednesday everyone!!! Linking up with… Hilary and Claudia.
by BocaFrau on Apr 29, 2014

In the woodshed

The woodshed is one of my favourite places at Spring Cottage, although I like all the outhouses, of which there are three; there’s also a garage (used mainly to store gathered wood for kindling) and an ancient stone building known as the wash...
by Spring Cottage on Apr 20, 2014

Sights of Spring

My yard is not looking very spring like yet but, it will get there.  Meanwhile, I am pulling a collage out of the archives to take the chill off these barren spring days.  Is it spring yet where you live?SherryI will link this to:Mosaic Mon...
by The Charm of Home on Mar 31, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Can't Wait For Spring

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by Mhar's Display on Mar 5, 2014


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