Inchworm Inchworm

Photography by Rick Minick
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3 Responses to Inchworm Inchworm

  1. Rick Minick says:

    This photo was done in Coppell, Tx. One of the houses on my route had this type of flower available, easy access for me to photograph. The inch worm was just a bonus šŸ™‚

  2. Kaelee says:

    I think the flower is a gailardia. You have a wonderful eye for what works in a picture. You do realize that the next step is researching all the things you have taken pictures of. This is the reason we have so many books on birds and flowers in our house. My younger brother, who is a really awesome amature photographer has almost a bookcase full of research material.

  3. Brenda Rumsey says:

    The lighting on this one is brilliant. Love the inch worm standing out in front of the blurred background.

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