I took a walk through the local bog this morning. Got out there around 8am. Today is
supposed to be in the high 90's so I thought early morning...cooler...better.
That said, it was inching toward 80.
I was specifically looking for photon catchers. Photons are those
wavy/particles Einstein theory kind of things that smack into our planet
at several tons a second...all from 93 million miles away.
A good way to photograph them is to find little transparent screens like
leaves where the photons are projecting their energies.
The thicker the thicket the more diversity you have in photon landings.
Generally I see these spider traps on the ground. This one was about four feet
up set between some branches. This guy must have a different palate.
Thanks for stopping by.
Exploded elephant garlic plants.