Bees in Beverly Hills harvest pollen from a Candelabra Aloe, on a side street in Beverly Hills.
The egret is not scared of ducks or humans – but when a bee flies around it’s head, it gets away as fast as it can!
This egret has taken up residence at the duck pond in Will Rogers Park, on Sunset Blvd, in Beverly Hills. The egret has free reign of the pond – it walks past ducks, humans walk past it – as it hunts the tiny fish in the pond.
I have a Sony a6500 Mirrorless camera, an 85 mm Marco lens and a 24-240mm Zoom lens. I’m not a “gear-head”, that’s all of the photography equipment I own. I chose that camera for three reasons; 1) it is small and light, I can easily carry it all day… 2) It has an APC size
To capture my photographs I go on one of three types of adventures in Los Angeles, I call Photo Safari’s. I stay in my apartment’s courtyard or on it’s front lawn – this is where I get 90% of my insect and hummingbird photos. I walk within my neighborhood and adjacent neighborhoods, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills
I’m pretty sure that all of these photographs are of Black Phoebes as they hunt insects. The two photos above were taken at the LaBrea Tar Pits, Pit #1 – visible from Wilshire Blvd. This photograph was taken in Beverly Hills, on Santa Monica Blvd – at a a temporary fence erected to protect the
There’s a parking lot for a private school near my apartment. One year, these beautiful Pink Knotweed flowers thrived in an unkept area. I’ve gone back many times, but have never seen these beautiful flowers and the bees, again.
Aphids like hibiscus bushes – ladybugs like aphids – and ants like to explore everything in LA – even the walls inside ur home. In this photo, an ant on top of the leaf, an aphid directly under the ant, and a ladybug underneath share the tip of a hibiscus leaf. The ladybugs don’t move