Here is an update of the sunflower that I captured earlier in the blog. Quite strange how only half of it is really opening...
You can purchase seeds for these plants here!
The rose of sharon is one of my favorite plants to photograph. It comes in a few varieties of colors including red, white, pink and purple. They flower for about two months in the summer. You can check out my plant website for more pictures. Or you can check out my rose of sharon video here. If you have any photos you would like to see on Nature's Wallpaper just send them to me in an e-mail, and I will post them along with a link to your site.
This picture was shot in Ontario Canada. It was quite a beautiful morning. Really makes me wish I wasn't living in the city. Perhaps one day I will get a nice summer home around Ontario..... I just bought a digital camera about a year ago now I am just amazed at how much fun it is when you don't have to worry about wasting film.
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These red flying beetles seem to be attracted to this type of plant. I am not sure why, but all of these plants were covered with this type of beetles. Below you can see the pods opening up and the seeds fly out like milk weed. Pretty crazy! You can learn more or purchase these plants here!
A nasty spider that I found in the evergreens. The web is amazing! These pictures were taken a few days apart, it almost looks like it got bigger. Stay tuned this page is updated daily! Or check out my other site. Let me know which picture you like the best top or bottom. Thanks for the visit!
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These are pictures that I took in Ontario, Canada. For free wallpaper or to learn about our link/picture exchange check out our website.
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This blog will contain pictures collected on my trips throughout North America. I specialize in water and nature photography, but I do dabble in other areas. Please let me know what you think.
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