Links and resources
A few pointers for visiting photographers and naturalists.
If you’re a photographer, want to learn about photography and image-making, and want comments on your work, join a web photography forum.
I’m a moderator at the Flora/Macro forum Naturescapes.net. I highly recommend Naturescapes as a place to learn:
There is so much to learn about insects. Bugguide.net is a web community of entomologists and bug lovers. There are galleries you can use as an online field guide to a wide array of insects. You can also post images, and the experts there may identify an insect for you:
Plant and animal identification
Enature is a useful online field guide for plants, animals, and insects; the photographs are useful for identification. I use it for quick plant identification:
Another plant identification resource is the Plants database maintained by the USDA: