Saturday, 27 July 2013

Irene's Garden

I am talking about both photos in this bit. We went to a garden you could visit and the owner is called Irene. Irene is a friend of Grandmas. You would not believe how big her garden is. It was like the size of 9 blue whales. I was looking all over the place. I didn't want to leave it was that good and big. Irene's garden had lots of EPIC photos to take like this one below. I went up to this friendly grown up and I said " If you stand from here you can get the wood, hedges, pot and flowers. To be fair it was a bit of a good photo. By the way I am not saying I am the best at photography.

How I got the photo was I got under the tree and leaves and put my camera against the tree and went out looking. I waited until I could hear it focus and I took the photo.

If you look at one side it is ruff and if you look at the other it is smooth and I like the fence how it splits them up.

For this next picture I put the camera on top of the hedge and then looked towards the sky and took the photo. I really like the way the picture turned out.

I found this roller hidden in the bushes and though it would make an interesting picture. I think it did.

I would like to say thank you to Irene for letting me have so fun much in her enormous garden.

Thursday, 11 July 2013

Monster Moths

First we built a moth trap. I was going to blow up it was that amazing, and then we put it behinded the tree  and waited until it was the next morning and my expert Findlay and my dad got up near the time 5.00.  Soon I got up and said " Are you doing it all ready " The moths were in the pots, big / small. We set up a place where we would put the moths for photographs and for the dark ones we put them on a light coloured log. I like the colour of the moths and a lot look really furry like a furry bear.

Elefant Hawk Moth.

Then we went to get the next moth a...

Garden Tiger Moth 

This next one looks like it was around in the dinosour time and the face looks like a cat fish, even the wings looks like a dragon. Does the moth have a curved tail for a reason, do you now why?

Poplar Hawk Moth.  

 This moth looks like a twig.
Buff Tip 

I really enjoyed having a go with the moth trap.