It Has Been Awhile

So It has been awhile since I posted photos. They always says that life toss different pitches at you whether a curve ball or fastball and you got to take your swings to get a run batted in to score and win the game. Hope everyone has been well and surfing through this tough pandemic. I am hoping to get back into photography soon as I have seen a lot of people have occasionally visited my website and check out some of the photos I have taken in the past. I have also recently started a campaign on selling a batch of shirts and hope to have more design ideas to come up with as time moves on. I think it is important to not only stay active, but to keep positivity on the side especially during a time where everyone is on edge including with the COVID-19 pandemic going on. You can check out the page for the campaign I started at Rock On! | Bonfire Thank you and hope to hear from you all!


Pink Passion!

Photos available at

IMG_1468 copyIMG_1469 copyIMG_1470 copy

B&W Harvestman

Let the observation of this magnificent creature begin.!  Drum roll please! Dun dun dun! Photos available at

IMG_1357 copyIMG_1360 copyIMG_1356 copy

More Harvestmen!

Enjoy the black and white photos.  Photos available at

IMG_1373 copyIMG_1363 copyIMG_1353 copy

Eight Legged Freaks!

Commonly called the ‘daddy long legs,” this is called the Harvestman, a group of creatures belonging to the Arachnid class.  Although they resemble much like a spider, they are actually not for two reasons.  They do not spin webs (they have no spinnerets) and they do not carry venom.  Though they cannot bite, they release a chemical secretion that is considered distasteful to a lot of predators.  Their second legs are the longest because they are actually antennas used to detect vibrations in the ground of oncoming predators.  Harvestmen are commonly found in the woods and sometimes appear in people’s home, but are not considered dangerous.  The actual spider that is considered correctly a ‘daddy long legs” spider is the long bodied cellar spider, known to vibrate its web violently to make it difficult for predators to detect.  They are known to also have a slim abdomen and long slender legs.  Photos available at

IMG_1352 copyIMG_1381 copyIMG_1355 copy

Another Edible Plant

Quickweed is a common invasive plant that was introduced.  This plant can be found in gardens, sidewalks, parks, lawns, and vacant lots.  Quickweed can be easily recognized by the fine hairs and the yellow flowers that appear.  You can use this plant in soups or sandwiches to get a nice added artichoke kind of flavor.  Photos available at

IMG_1444 copyIMG_1448 copy

Got To Catch’em All!

Go get them beautiful creatures here.  Want to catch them?  Go to the nearest woods in your areas and get these creatures that will just wait to get their photograph taken.  Photos available at

IMG_1328 copyIMG_1417 copyIMG_1419 copy

A New Edible Friend!

If you had to be put into a survival situation, knowing about wild edibles is a great way to increase your chances of survival.  The key is to know how different edible plants can be identified by location, size, color, etc.  This is plant is called Asiatic Dayflower.  By it s name, it is native from Asia and was introduced to many regions of the world including USA, Canada, and western Russia.  The plant has no close poisonous relatives and can be easily recognized by the two blue petals with the three yellow staminodes.  The plant is considered invasive in some areas of the USA and could greatly out compete some other plants in the ecosystem.  Begin to munch down on this plant since it has a somewhat string bean flavor to it much like the Common Blue Violet.  The plant is good from mid-spring to mid-fall before the leaves start to become wither and less appetizing.  Photos available at

IMG_1299 copy

IMG_1304 copyIMG_1302 copy

Hyde Insect and Chipmunk

Let there be insect and chipmunk! Photos available at

IMG_1326 copyIMG_1327 copyIMG_1409 copy

Back From the Vault

Let the flowers be slapped on the wall and observed for beauty of flowers that exist on planet earth.  Photos available at

IMG_1288 copyIMG_1295 copyIMG_1436 copy

Previous Older Entries

%d bloggers like this: