As promised, here are more photos from Maymont! Check back this week for more!
These koi are over a foot long! They are some of the biggest I've seen! These are from the Japanese Garden. Expect more photos from the Japanese Garden to post sometime tomorrow.
Again, I'm loving the macro and zoom features on my new camera! I was standing on a small stone bridge and saw some dragonflies. It was hard choosing what photo to post, as they all came out great!
Some more of the pond at the Japanese Garden. This pond, and all the little streams are fed by the water fall and lion fountain. The water comes from storm runoff and natural springs on the property.
Here are some photos of the bees and butterflies in the Herb Garden. I didn't want to crop them, as the flowers and herbs were pretty, too! Click on any photo for a larger version! More photos from the Herb Garden will post later this week (maybe this week-end).
Beautiful butterfly! (or is it a moth? I'm not sure...if you know, please tell me!)
I highly recommend this as a fantastic upgrade to a regular digital camera. The wide-angle lens helps you capture more of life's special moments. The features, including sketch, soften, and smile detect, among many others are incredible and prevent many re-takes, and much of the post processing and photo editing necessary with many other digital cameras. You can also manually adjust the focus area of the photo. The image stabilization is wonderful--no more blurry photos! The camera body is made of stainless steel, too! You get a professional camera body with a fantastic lens for a budget friendly price!
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