Hey everyone! Welcome to the first official FloridaNaturePhotography.com RSS feed. I’m just letting everyone know that the new website is up and online and that there is finally a new batch of photos from all over the sunshine state. Since our last posting of new photos – I have traveled to more than half of the counties and most of the state forests and been suffering from poison ivy nearly continuously as a result! Go to www.floridanaturephotography.com to see all the new features, photos, galleries, and layout 🙂
Goldenrod crab spider eating a variegated fritillary butterfly in the Lake Talquin State Forest. This little camouflaged spider really blends in with these flowers where the butterfly feeds.
ith bald cypress trees and its bark – you can see how big this monster was!
Forest growing next to a small water pool in the edge of a pine stand. These are quite difficult to find, and I’ve only found them in two locations so far. Luckily you can see the bright orange from a long distance!
While uncommon in Florida, this pair of common wood nymph butterflies was obviously preoccupied from their normal habit of flying away and landing on the other side of pine trees to escape being photographed. These were found after I’d completely given up on trying to photograph this species.
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