Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Earth Charter promotes ecosystems

I wanted to focus my project on ecosystems and how you can help insects and animals thrive in your very own garden.
My first picture is of a sunflower. Sunflowers seeds can feed a variety of birds and as you can see from this half eaten flower, birds like the seeds.
The second picture is of an open seed pod. Not only spreading its seeds to help new plants grow, but you can see that the leaves of the plant have been eaten by caterpillers.
The third is of a bee on a flower, no real explanation is needed for that.


Anonymous said...

A close-up lens would make a huge difference here. It is hard to communicate the detail without the lens that allows you to get a tighter view. The top photo is the most interesting and is noticeably different in value. Interest declines after the first image.

Beth Roettger said...

I wish you could have taken a picture with the bird on it, but that is difficult. The photos are interesting with the bugs, but I agree with Dr. G that a close up of the last one would have been cool to be able to see the details on the bug.