Hello everyone I have another photography blog post and It's going to be a short one this time as I don't have much to show as of now. So lets start with the blog today and I also hope you all are doing wonderful.
Firstly I want to also state that the photographs are all nature photographs in this blog post and It will be a short one this time around. Well the first photograph in the post is this butterfly species called the Tawny Emperor (Asterocampa Clyton). The species is most common in the southeastern region of North America, as far from Texas up towards New England. They also preferably live in open woods, dry woods and any densely wooded areas and since we do live in a heavily wooded neighborhood it probably loves living around here.
The next photograph I have here is one from a while back before I had cut down our Canna lilies because of that bug infestation. (you can find more about that in the last post.) Anyway this butterfly species is a possible type of Sulphur butterfly, however I'm sadly at a lost with this one as there are so many different variation of these butterfly with such similar patterns.
If you want to help with the research for the right name with me, I have found a perfect site for the that kind of research. It's a website called, Butterflies and Moths. the site is a great way for finding different species of moths and butterfly's in the North American region and for now I'll will be using it for my research on each species I ever find.
Lastly in this photography post today I have some photographs of these acorns that were in our yard. When I do mean "were in our yard" it's because I had to remove them for our own dogs sake, since their not really good for them to consume any acorns. But it's the only start of them falling down so there will be a lot more to come for me to move somewhere else away from the dogs place too be.
However with that, I did get my camera out the day before I had cleaned them up and It's was about in the evening when the sun was just going down for the day. So there was a golden gleam of sunlight on top of the acorns for a short time and in the end I did mange to get at least one good shot of the light laying on the acorns before it when down.
Well I do hope this was a still pretty good photograph blog this time even though It wasn't very much to show for. But I will try and show more new photographs later on in the next few months, I promise.
Hope everyone has a great day and farewell till next time.
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