Friday, May 18, 2012

Project 366 Rewind {Week 19}

Day 127 (May 6) - My first sunrise
(not the best clouds or colour but first time out doing a sunrise)

Day 128 (May 7) - Crested Pigeon. I love the colours in their wings.

Day 129 (May 8) - Sunset at Minnippi Parklands. Possibly one of the most stunning sunsets this year.

Day 130 (May 9) - Common Crow or Oleander Butterfly.
Oh, to own a macro lens... one day maybe.

Day 131 (May 10) - No idea what flower this is but it caught my eye.

Day 132 (May 11) - Blue-faced Honeyeater feasting on the Umbrella Tree (Schefflera actinophylla)

Day 133 (May 12) - Let's go fly a kite

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10 comments:

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Ok, this is one excellent series of shots, Liz! I love the tranquility of the 1st sunset & the phenomena of the 2nd... the flutterby is gorgeous! I don't know what the pink plant is, but it's so tropical looking... and the Umbrella Tree is fantastic... the bird, too, looking upside down at you is too funny! And a colorful kite in a beautiful blue sky, niiice! =)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Your photos are outstanding, Liz! Gorgeous sunrise and sunset. All of them are lovely.

MG Atwood said...

Wowzers! You really outdid yourself. The sunset takes my breath away, and the butterfly is perfect in every sense. Thanks for stopping by the blog!

Michael S-B said...

Beautiful pictures, Liz.

Sarah said...

You continue to inspire me! Gorgeous photos, Liz!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Your sunset photo is my favourite here. You may find a Raynox conversion lens works well for you Liz. I find it best if I'm about 10cm away from my subject so it won't be much help for butterflies...but great for flowers and other items.

heyBJK said...

Liz, your photography is fantastic! These are gorgeous! I really enjoy seeing your work. It's very good!

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography said...

These are STUNNING! I was pulled in to every single one. Great job!

TexWisGirl said...

these are absolutely beautiful! LOVE the skies!!!

GB said...

A superb set of shots as always but I particularly like the honeyeater capture. It's not a bird i know.

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