I shared with you the other day my joy at returning to Fern Forest Nature Center to do some photography. The wetlands are a great place to capture macro images.
In that post I presented an image of a vibrantly orange Julia butterfly. I made several images that day.
I tend to take my time editing my images. I go through them fairly quickly in Lightroom, looking at critical sharpness and framing. The soft and poorly framed shots get tossed right away. Out of what’s left I pick out some strong images to post and go back over the rest as time permits.
As I went through some of these images the other night, I came across this one. I was quite surprised I had not noticed the tiny visitor in the lower right corner of the frame. I like these unexpected “finds” when they come up in my images. I hope you enjoy it as well.