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A couple of butterflies enjoying nature. I had to follow these two around for a bit to get a decent shot. As you can tell by the grass I was crawling... more
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A couple of butterflies enjoying nature. I had to follow these two around for a bit to get a decent shot. As you can tell by the grass I was crawling on my belly at this point, moving around to get different angles. I guess it took me about 15 minutes on the ground to get some nice sharp pictures in between the small gusts of wind. When I finished and got up to leave, I noticed a restaurant behind me with a huge picture window. On the other side of that window I had a full audience. I know they couldn't see the butterflies from their seats and I could only imagine what they thought I was doing rolling around in the grass. I just bowed, waved and moved on out of there. Lesson: If you worry what folks are going to think, you'll never get the shot. Taken August 2007.
First things first; All images presented here are copyrighted by the photographer, Christopher E. Holmes, and may not be used without written permission. Requests for written permission to use these images in situations other than what is provided here must be made to: Christopher@ocularperceptions.com. What follows is an abbreviated biography. Visit my blog entry "How I Got Here" for my extended biography. How I Got Here I first got my hands on a camera when I was 2 years old. It was a beautiful Kodak Brownie. This moment was recorded by my grandfather who always carried at least three cameras. I didn't immediately start taking pictures but I did get into art. My first memorable works were in oil. My parent's oils to be exact and my...
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