Monday, June 4, 2012

June Blog Carnival

Welcome to the June 4, 2012 edition of nature photography. This blog was started by Kathie Thomas at Dandenong Ranges Nature Photography. I am guest hosting this month.

Dandenong Ranges Nature Photography presents Amanita muscaria , saying, "I’d almost given up on seeing any this year in our garden."

Charity and Amber presents Finding the Alphabet in Ordinary Things posted at SoLoveThat, saying, "I love creating something unique and beautiful out of something ordinary! The idea is to find and take pictures of the letters that are hidden in nature..."

Charity and Amber presents 27 Beach Photo Ideas posted at SoLoveThat, saying, "Here are 27 photos we have taken at different beaches."

I've been following a several plants of fascinating milkvines that belong to the genus Matelea – the Maroon Carolina Milkvine (M. carolinensis), its non-pigmented variant, and the Yellow Carolina Milkvine (M. flavidula). They’re still blooming although the drought has taken its toll on them this year.

Yellow Carolina Milkvine (Matelea flavidula)

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of nature photography using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


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