Today's Digital Image Archive

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1998 ALL               Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1999 ALL Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2000   Jan Feb Mar Apr May     Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2001   Jan Feb         Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2002   Jan Feb Mar Apr May     Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2003   Jan Feb                    
July 1999
31 tn_shrimpfamily.jpg (1794 bytes) medium Taking the family out for a weekend cruise instead of shrimping.
30 tn_pitcher.plant.jpg (4411 bytes) medium Red pitcher plant along the edge of I-65 in Baldwin County, Al.  They're carnivorous.  The cilia beneath the "roof" and in the throat prevent insects from climbing out.
29 tn_skybow.jpg (1680 bytes) medium A spectral pattern created just before the sun appeared from behind the cloud.
28 tn_rabbits.jpg (1176 bytes) medium A pair of evening rabbits along Shearwater Drive in Ocean Springs.
27 tn_hyacinth.jpg (2110 bytes) medium Three blossoms on the water hyacinths in the garden pond.
26 tn_spider.web.2.jpg (4967 bytes) medium Another spider web catching the morning rays.
25 tn_dragonfly1.jpg (2274 bytes) medium Dragonfly on Cynthia's front porch.
24 tn_dragonfly.jpg (2448 bytes) medium Dragonfly on Cynthia's front porch.
23 tn_fossil.scallop.jpg (1800 bytes) medium Rosemarie's fossil scallop from Calvert Cliffs.
22 tn_spider.web.jpg (3323 bytes) medium Spider web in the morning sunlight.
21 tn_fungus.anemone.jpg (3014 bytes) medium A fungus that appeared on the side of the house.  It looked like a sea anemone and the spores drifted off in a dense cloud at the slightest breath of air.  The ant near the base is one of the very tiny ones, about 1/16" long.
20 tn_dogwood.yellow.jpg (2671 bytes) medium Dogwood leaves with morning sun.
19 tn_duckshadow.jpg (1418 bytes) medium The shadow of the duck decoy next to the laser printer falling on the bottom of the door to the study.
18 tn_poplarv.jpg (2987 bytes) medium Early morning sun on poplar trunks and dogwood leaves in the back yard.
17 tn_azalea.leaf.jpg (1686 bytes) medium An azalea leaf giving a preview of fall.
16 tn_sweetshrub.jpg (1927 bytes) medium A pair of new sweetshrub leaves.  This is a cutting from a plant my grandmother transplanted to their new home when they moved in about 1920.
15 tn_click.beetle.jpg (1442 bytes) medium A click beetle with his legs and antennae folded and pretending to be dead.
14 tn_nandina.sprout.jpg (1510 bytes) medium Young nandina leaf.  Isn't it odd that the branches connect along the edges of the leaf?
13 tn_pines.jpg (2789 bytes) medium Pine trees in the back yard.
12 tn_pond.fountain.jpg (2117 bytes) medium And with the fountain turned on.
11 tn_pond.reflect.jpg (2258 bytes) medium Strobe reflections in the garden pond.
10 tn_pf.vine.jpg (2521 bytes) medium Passion flower vine climbing the trellis.
9 tn_fritata.jpg (2680 bytes) medium Dinner.
8 tn_fern.jpg (2392 bytes) medium Fern frond.
7 tn_mermaid.jpg (2712 bytes) medium Oaxaca mermaid at Cathy's house.
6 tn_cloud1.jpg (2616 bytes) medium What do you see?
5 tn_spectrum.jpg (1909 bytes) medium A spectral pattern from the stairway at the office.  The light fixture in the entry caused it.
4 tn_banana.moth.jpg (1579 bytes) medium A lucky shot with in macro mode with the strobe.  The moth was about an inch long.  It was attracted to a bit of very ripe banana applied to a pine tree.  (It's an old lepidopterist's trick.)
3 tn_ant.moth.jpg (2809 bytes) medium The ant managed to bushwhack the moth while it was perched on the pine tree that rises through the deck.
2 tn_magnolia.leaf.jpg (1701 bytes) medium A magnolia leaf with raindrops.
1 tn_spider.blood.jpg (1531 bytes) medium

I know that the focus/depth of field is bad; it was a hand-held shot.  But, can anyone tell me what the red fluid is?  He didn't look damaged, but do granddaddy longlegs spiders have red blood?

All images copyright 1999 by D. W. Abrams.  Unauthorized duplication or use is prohibited.