Enjoying my few remaining daisies.
Finally, a daisy learns to bloom below the blades, not that I plan to mow again before winter. So this
one might pass its cleverness on to next year's crop.
Dragonflies land with their wings spread, and damselflies land with them over their backs. Could this be a hybrid? Or merely a dysfunctional damselfly?
Radar (below) graces a crack in the sidewalk while watching my photo adventure.
Saturday, September 29, 2012
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Thursday, September 20, 2012
I'm still finding pockets of intense insect activity here and there. The best today, when I didn't have my camera, was on a small patch of Rabbitbrush by the front steps of the FRC library. The Skippers were swarming and oblivious to my presence. There were a few Thread-waisted Wasps and some Honeybees. The flowers were still looking fresh. I expect a few more days of Photo Ops here.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
My archaeologist companion said this one looked like it used to be some sort of pigeon. I just enjoyed the shade of orange.