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hello and welcome to ( e i ), a blog which displays my explorations in photography and design as well as inspirational things I encounter along the way...

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2 | Uploaded on August, 8, 2011 | 3 years ago

spotted cucumber beetle (Diabrotica undecimpunctata) in a field of sunflowers.

spotted cucumber beetle (Diabrotica undecimpunctata) in a field of sunflowers.

101 | Uploaded on August, 5, 2011 | 3 years ago

beekeeping.  photo-op on a sunny, Ohio day about a year ago.

12 | Uploaded on July, 31, 2011 | 3 years ago

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3 | Uploaded on July, 28, 2011 | 3 years ago

female Sackeni’s Velvet Ant (Dasymutilla sackenii).

female Sackeni’s Velvet Ant (Dasymutilla sackenii).

10 | Uploaded on July, 28, 2011 | 3 years ago

female Sackeni’s Velvet Ant (Dasymutilla sackenii).  
I&#8217;ll probably be posting more photos of this one.  I found and photographed her today.  For whatever reason she decided to stay still for photo-taking, works for me! 

female Sackeni’s Velvet Ant (Dasymutilla sackenii).  

I’ll probably be posting more photos of this one.  I found and photographed her today.  For whatever reason she decided to stay still for photo-taking, works for me! 

10 | Uploaded on July, 28, 2011 | 3 years ago

taken in Yellowstone National Park, on a lakeside, on a canadian goose feather.

taken in Yellowstone National Park, on a lakeside, on a canadian goose feather.

6 | Uploaded on July, 19, 2011 | 3 years ago

a female dobsonfly.  this was on the front door last night.  it&#8217;s actually a small one at about 2.5&#8221; from wing tip to the tip of its pincers, they can reach 5&#8221; (12.5cm).  that&#8217;s not including the crazy looonng antennae.

a female dobsonfly.  this was on the front door last night.  it’s actually a small one at about 2.5” from wing tip to the tip of its pincers, they can reach 5” (12.5cm).  that’s not including the crazy looonng antennae.

56 | Uploaded on July, 13, 2011 | 3 years ago

a young katydid.  probably the most cooperative and nonchalant animal I&#8217;ve photographed. :-P

a young katydid.  probably the most cooperative and nonchalant animal I’ve photographed. :-P

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