Yes, it is this red. It is this vibrant out in the middle of a very day. The color almost blinds me to see while trying to snap a few shots. In fact, I really didn't see much of what I was snapping due to the glare!
Presenting to me one morning was this beautiful butterfly. She was in perfect shape and friendly. Landing right in front of my eyes, and allowed me to come very close for a photo session. I was told she is known as a question mark butterfly because of that white dot and a curve on her wings. Can you spot it?
With my point and shoot camera, I zoomed all the way to the moon! I want that one perfect shot. The moon is fascinating to see, and that sets my mind on its highest curiosity level. Will my camera deliver a photo that mind sees, or will it turn out better?
I have noticed something from this lady cardinal and her mate the cardinal, and that is they won't eat from the feeder, but prefer the seeds on the ground. They both came to where the feeders are, stayed on the fence, and made the calling noise, but wouldn't eat.
Chasing after backyard birds can be lot of fun, and challenging! With a point and shoot camera, I don't have the option to change lens or settings. By the time I selected what I wanted, the bird would be no longer in sight.
With coarse rice to eat, with water to drink, and my bended arm for a pillow - I have still joy in the midst of these things. Riches and honors acquired by unrighteousness are to me as a floating cloud.~~~Confucius~~~