It's still Sunday isn't it?
Ever wonder how you can up the challenge level of your photography? It's simple really. Just drop your camera one too many times so that several of the settings, including macro, and the view screen in the back, both quit working properly. Then, set out to take pictures of flowers that are only a quarter inch across. It brings a whole new meaning to the term 'point and shoot'. 'Aim and pray' is probably a better term for it.
These are more tiny woodland wildflowers, I don't know what they are.
And even tinier ones. Why do you suppose woodland flowers are so miniscule?
Except for the Trillium that is, which are all coming into bloom right now.
As are the last of the frog eggs....
and the swamp thing.
Kelsey, who is such a Border Collie!
And last, a glow-in-the-dark calf.