Joe Trimarchi

Joe Trimarchi

Lives in United States Advance, NC, United States
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Joined on May 17, 2004

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  • Very nice shots. If I'm not mistaken Crab spiders often attain the color of the flower they reside on making it very hard to see them.
  • E-M10 with the 75-300 and a Monopod. I don't see these often and when I do they never stick around long enough to get a good shot. I think I got this one right in the eye. I think it looks better ...
  • E-M10 with the 75-300 and a Monopod. Color versions posted in the Weekly Close up also. Pipevine Swallowtail E-M10 with the 75-300 hand held. Ruby Throated Hummingbird
  • All shot with the E-M10 with the 75-300 and a Monopod at Tanglewood Park Clemmons, NC. Pipevine Swallowtail. This butterfly rarely stays still and it is difficult to get a decent shot. Eastern ...
  • E-M10 with the 75-300 All shot from my deck and they have all been heavily cropped. The focal length on some is as little as 75mm.
  • Olympus E-M10 with the 75-300 We have several feeders in our yard and always enjoy watching the humming birds. Ruby Throated Hummingbird
  • Olympus E-M10 with the 75-300 Converted to B&W and added a sandstone effect Ruby Throated Hummingbird
  • Replied in Mating Skippers
    E-M10 with the 14-42 You can really focus quite close with this lens as long as the subjects will let you. They did resent my intrusion and moved on but not until I was able to take a few shots.
  • All taken in Tanglewood Park Clemmons, NC 28July2014 Olympus E-M10 with the 75-300 and a Monopod Hackberry Emperor - Wings Closed Hackberry Emperor - Wings Open Widow Skimmer - Male Slaty Skimmer - ...
  • E-M10 with 14-42 & 40-150 Conversions to Sepia and B&W At a birthday party for my granddaughter. Four Generations - Sepia Blowing out the candles - B&W Blowing out the candles - Sepia
  • Olympus E-M10 with the 14-42. My granddaughter Siena Joe opening a few of her gifts for her 4th birthday. Tomorrow she has a big party with all her friends. Contemplation Splish Splash Time for a bath.
  • Yes, I believe you are correct in that it is a mature female Eastern Forktail. Thanks for the ID.
  • E-M10 with the75-300 and a Monopod. Tanglewood Park Clemmons, NC July 12, 2014 Widow Skimmer female Grasshopper Damselfly type unknown Great Blue Skimmer
  • Replied in Butterflies
    E-M10 with the75-300 and a Monopod. Tanglewood Park Clemmons, NC July 12, 2014 Red Spotted Purple wings open Red Spotted Purple wings closed Eastern Tailed Blue. A very tiny butterfly about the ...
  • Replied in Two Dragons
    Nice shots of both. I'm not sure what type they are. The first one looks like some type of a Clubtail  but I can't ID it. The 2nd one I think may be a Banded Pennant but again I'm not certain.
  • Good shooting Brad. I like the first shot with 2 different types of dragonflies in one shot.
  • Replied in Green Heron
    E-M10 with the 75-300 and a Monopod This may be the same Green Heron that I posted shots of last week as I shot them in the same area but I had a better vantage point this time.
  • Replied in Warblers
    Some real nice shots of those pretty little birds. I find it hard to shoot little birds as they rarely sit still very long.
  • Replied in Not a mosquito
    Great shots! Usually I hate shots of spiders as I think most spiders are down right ugly but this little fellow is quite cute the way you've captured him.
  • Took a walk in Tanglewood Park Clemmons, NC this morning and these are some butterfly shots I took with the E-M10 with the 75-300. About three years ago the park management killed off a lot of ...
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