Hey, Hey its Al from the Bugg studios of photography on the blog. Heres something cool from Myrtle Beach part 2. Part 3 and 4 will be coming up on Friday and Saturday this week.
I decided to photograph this fence with the beach and waves in the background to make a very cool photograph while I was taking pictures at Myrtle Beach.
Heres Sanderlings that I took while I was at Myrtle Beach. This time I decided to have the Sanderlings with the reflections for them on the wet sand this year so it would also make a cool photograph this time.
Hope you are enjoying this something cool things from Myrtle Beach!
Today I did a sunrise shot with my photography mentor who seemed to be chimping some open his photos today.
This is a Great Blue Heron I took during the sunrise at Jordan Lake Today. We spotted a pair of them doing territorial stand offs which was impressive to photograph today as well.
This was the when the territorials between the two Great Blue Herons were fighting between which territory belonged to them. I got many good shots of this.
This is also a pair of Black Voltures that seemed to be enjoying this beautiful morning grooming and just hanging around the side of Jordan Lake which I also got many shots of them doing their grooming styles for the day.
The other photos I got included a swallowtail butterfly, bees and a new stump I got there today. Here is a bee on the same flower that before the swallowtail was on. Heres the swallowtail on flower that the bee was on.
And here's one of my stumps at Jordan Lake I photographed today and AL D is not allowed to pictures of this stump an…
Hey Hey its AL back with an exciting news from my house today! I have successfully, I have had 1 prey mantis egg sack today that hatched finally . I put 4 up in February 2020 and one hatched today which was amazing to watch and I got many pictures of them hatching from the egg sack today.
These are chins baby matins that recently had this morning and I got several different shots of them playing with each other after they were born out of the egg sack.
I have been waiting many years for the successfully hatching and it finally happened today! I got some portrait shots of them as well when they emerged from the egg sack as well.
I am looking forward to documenting and photographing the Chinese Mantis in the different life cycles this year and hopefully I get some more hatching pictures this week.