After a hiatus, I've resurrected this blog! Here you'll find photos of birds, ramblings about birding trips and photos of other things I find interesting along the way.
Saturday, October 8, 2011
While visiting family near Kalkaska, MI, I went to Rugg Pond Natural Area to give the macro lens a workout. In the parking lot, climbing on a car, was a Northern Walking Stick (Diapheromera femorta) doing a poor job of blending in. Having never seen a single Phasmatodea of any kind, I was quite excited. I eventually moved it to an area where it could camo in, but not before doing a photo-shoot. I'm still getting the hang of this macro lens, and the lighting wasn't great, but here is what I came away with.