They’re a bane of the everyday gardener, but that doesn’t mean they’re unworthy of a closer look!
One small flower for man, one giant feast for a sweat bee.
After a busy week, I decided this would be good time to share two photos of sweat bees from earlier this year.
Remember the post a few weeks ago about the big, shy jumping spider? I found what could be her offspring hunting in the garden.
Honey bees and bumblebees may be the most well-known bees, but those aren’t the only bees buzzing around.
Enjoy this close look at a grasshopper.
This female jumping spider’s abdomen was swollen because she was getting close to laying eggs. She unsuccessfully tried hiding behind some gravel rocks as I took pictures.
While pulling some spotted spurge from the yard, I noticed red mites scurrying around the plants. Upon closer examination, the mites were visiting tiny flowers on the weeds.
If you missed last week’s post, that’s because I was busy taking pictures during a family trip to the Oregon coast. If you missed this post, that’s because it’s for the birds – seagulls, pelicans, whimbrels, and western sandpipers, to be exact!
Some flowers macros for Mother’s Day!