Friendly Friday: Twins.

This is my contribution to the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Twins.

I started thinking about some of the pairs and doubles I have photographed over the years. After a while I started writing them down as the list was getting quite long and I didn’t want to overlook any when making my selection for the challenge.

Two Maple leaves.

A pair of Maple leaves.

Two Great Crested Grebes.

A pair of Great Crested Grebes.

Two Oxeye Daisies.

A pair of Oxeye Daisies.

Two Sandhill Cranes.

Sandhill Cranes at sunrise.

Two Fly Agaric fungi.

Amanita muscaria.

Two Large White Butterfly caterpillars.

Big and small.

Two pieces of grass sticking out of the snow.

Simplicity.

Dew on grass.

Dew on grass at sunrise, Shropshire, England.

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge is Liquid.

I was actually set up in a portable hide (blind) at a Rabbit warren waiting for a Red Fox to show up and start hunting Rabbits. The Fox never appeared but I noticed the early morning light sparkling on the dew drops on the grass seed heads. As I didn’t want to leave the hide in case the Fox made an appearance I was working on compositions from the lens opening and using a mix of telephoto lenses and teleconverters for different framings.

Grass at sunrise.