Something big and complicated and not volcanic is coming your way tomorrow, my darlings. I’ve been busting me arse on research, while in the midst of adjusting to medication (a story for later), and let’s just say I’m spent. So we’ll make this one short, but very sweet.
One of the things I like about photography is what I see that was previously unseen. I’ve got three quite nice little arthropods quite by accident.
Didn’t see them out in the field, but I love this photo, with these little winged creatures marching along single-file. I suspect they’re some sort of gnat, but I could be wrong.
Then there was the stone wall – and wait until I show you it, you’ll love it – and I found a decrepit old web, and thought it was quite picturesque, so I took a few shots.
I didn’t realize the maker was still in residence.
I’m still finding it hard to see in the first photo, even though I know where to look. So very tiny.
Insect life is beginning to abound. I’ll be keeping you arthropod aficionados busy soon.