Unknown Salticidae, body shape was Hentzia-like, thinking it may be a juvenile due to condition (north FL, early april)… entomologists, would love the help in ID… super small, this was shot around 3-4x life size, all stacks of several shots.
Red by Sharon Via Flickr: After Tuesday’s all day/all night snowstorm which dumped over 40 centimeters of drifting snow on us, I have to remind myself of just how pretty winter can be. hard not to want to run like this guy considering what Snowmageddon left behind – endless unplowed sidewalks and streets, people stuck on a number of our highways from Tuesday evening until the early hours of Wednesday morning because some brainiac decided to close them for cleaning but neglected to advise that there happened to be over 800 cars stuck on that stretch of highway they wanted to clean. I had to shovel through snow up to my waist to make a path to be able to get out onto the street which was the only walkable area and man, do not even get me started about public transit and the horror that is. Just a few short days ago, I could see my back yard’s exposed lawn and now it is completely inundated in white again. UGH!!! I am so, so, SO ready for Spring.
Loch Ard Sunrise by Eric Harden Via Flickr: The sun rising over a misty Loch Ard in the Trossachs National Park, Scotland, looking towards a small island where a small bothy is located.
I wild camped on the shore of Loch Ard getting there early with the hope of setting into position for sun set but the wind and rain made for a evening in my tent reading a book.
My alarm was set for 0400 the next morning with the hope of some decent light in the sky. After setting up and waiting, briefly for only 5 minutes the sky lit up gave me a pretty nice sunrise - one i was happy for after setting the alarm so early.
吉祥寺 Tokyo, Japan / Kodak ColorPlus / Nikon FM2 by Toomore Chiang Via Flickr: 其實我是想要拍遠一點的餃子燈籠，但當我按下快門後才注意到原來酒吧的店員也在我的鏡頭內。
Nikon AI AF Nikkor 35mm F/2D
Kodak ColorPlus ISO200