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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  • 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 ...
  • E-M10 with the 75-300 Shooting through the weeds. Heavily cropped. Note their are two Green Herons in this shot with the one on the upper left with his neck all stretched out just getting ready to ...
  • E-M10 with the 75-300 Focal length only 140mm as I was sitting quite close to the feeder on my deck. Heavy crop and a bit od pp.
  • Really nice shots of a very ugly bug. Good shooting.
  • Nice shots Brad. I think your butterfly may be a Pearl Crescent. Joe
  • Replied in No Lemonade
    This was shot by my daughter using her EPL1 that I got her a few years ago. I converted it to B&W/Sepia. I just get a kick out of the expression on my granddaughter's face when she finds out their ...
  • Replied in Vertigo
    A real nice photo with a great title. It does indeed give me a feeling of "Vertigo".
  • Yes, all were with the 75-300. The dragonflies that perch on the ends of branches and sticks often make for the best composition while those that are primarily on the ground do not.
  • All with the E-M10 And the 75-300. Tangelwood Park Clemmons, NC. Variegated Fritillary Widow Skimmer Female Eastern Pondhawk Female
  • Shot with the E-M10 and the 75-300. Tanglewood Park Clemmons, NC A Variegated Fritillary that is a bit tattered and torn but still a pretty butterfly. They look best full size. Variegated ...
  • All taken with the E-M10 and 75-300. Common Buckeye wings open Common Buckeye wings closed American Lady wings open American Lady wings closed
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