New on 500px : Red Hot Pokers Nature Photo by PI_Photography_and_Fine_Art by PI_Photography_and_Fine_Art

Red Hot Pokers is a nature photograph of flowers in the garden with bees pollinating.

Title: Red Hot Pokers
Photographer: Melissa Fague
Genre: Nature Photography
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New on 500px : Before the ceremony by CarB by CarB

Two dragonflies in the time prior to mating, where the male carries the female in search of a quiet place, after taking this photo and leave them alone in their privacy 🙂

Dos libélulas en el momento previo al apareamiento, donde el macho lleva a la hembra en busca de un lugar tranquilo, después de tomar esta foto los deje tranquilos y en su intimidad 🙂 via Tumblr


New on 500px : Fleeting Brilliance – Blue Morpho by RyanHenke by RyanHenke

Watching the beautiful Morpho butterfly glow in the sunlight is magical. I’ve never seen a creature exhibit more brilliance. The weathered wings made me stop and think about the relatively short life of the butterfly, and the incredible metamorphic journey that ends in the zenith of it’s creation when it spreads it’s wings. via Tumblr

New on 500px : Tiny Butterflies by JoeyCulver1 by JoeyCulver1

The flower is about the size of a small coin and the little butterflies were the tiniest I’ve ever seen. Truly a miracle of nature.

May the wings of the butterfly kiss the sun
And find your shoulder to light on,
To bring you luck, happiness and riches
Today, tomorrow and beyond.
~Irish Blessing via Tumblr


New on 500px : Young Red-veined Meadowhawk by IvanKFox by IvanKFox

Red-veined Meadowhawk (Sympetrum madidum) occurs in the mid- western quarter of tNorth America, south and east to parts of Colorado. It is fairly large for a meadowhawk and shows stripes on the thorax and red veins in the wings when mature. Younger or teneral individuals, have a yellow look to their wings. via Tumblr