Spring has sprung and action is heating up in the garden! A careful examination of the budding flowers and the grasses in the flower beds reveals a world of bug eat bug. This is what I have seen in my… Read More ›
One Last Spider, Really
As the fall settles in and temperatures drop, insects – other than cedar bugs – head for cover. Cedar bugs, or slow walkers as we call them in our house, can survive almost anything. They can survive freezing in the freezer… Read More ›
I Can’t Believe I Got the Whole Thing
This to me is amazing – that I was lucky enough to capture this interaction. In my garden, I have several crab spiders. One has been resident for quite some time in a patch of flowers, in fact on the… Read More ›
From Every Angle
Here is my take on from every angle. I found it a challenge because with most of my subjects, wildlife in particular, it is not that likely I can circle around them. But I wanted to look in my files… Read More ›
August is always a month of photographic challenges. Most of the wildlife has made itself scarce, probably packing for the long migration ahead. So I am often ‘forced’ to resort to flowers and bugs. Although. this year I did manage… Read More ›
Garden’s Fading Beauty
I went out in the garden yesterday before a forecasted storm to see what is surviving the weeks of heat this summer. The flowers are hanging in and some are still to come. And the ‘wildlife’ seemingly still prospers. I… Read More ›
Beneath My Feet – Almost- Day Seven
This subject keeps popping up. And once again, I restrained myself from placing it firmly beneath my feet… And a friend was nearby, safe from my feet!
Beneath My Feet – Buzz Off
My deck continues to provide subjects of things beneath my feet. Both of these survived to buzz another day! </a Beneath Your Feet
There are bugs and then there are…..
Finally we embark one of my posts about arachnids. That is spiders. They are their own category of bugs. In fact they are not considered bugs. They are, however, considered scary by many people. I have a rule around our… Read More ›
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