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I was watching a Koala above my head when I was distracted by a rustling and turned to see this one walking past.
Feral pigeon – a rare visitor
A Raven calling
Superb Fairy Wrens – female
Superb Fairy Wren – male
Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo
Australian Admiral Butterfly
Cabbage White Butterfly
Common Brown Butterfly
Lesser Wanderer Butterfly – female
Meadow Argus Butterfly
You can see a video of the Mud Dauber building its nest here.
A Skink that has lost its tail
Creepy, Crawly, Slimy or Scary
Ants at a precious water drop
Citrus Swallowtail caterpillar in defensive mode
Inch Ant under attack from small ants
Orb Weaver spider
This Macro isn’t quite so close up, I don’t have the nerve for it!
It’s a Mud Wasp or Potter Wasp building its nest.
My husband’s boot repurposed, original purpose was to protect his feet its new purpose is to protect a plant.
Another one from my garden, formerly our letter box now repurposed as a bug house.
This week my macro moment is a photo of a Monarch butterfly egg.
It was taken with my Canon 350D, Sigma macro lens with Raynox lens clipped on.
Unfortunately my home internet connection isn’t working and I forgot to bring the details with me to the public library. 😦
As soon as I saw this week’s WPC theme I knew the spot I wanted to photograph. It’s a lovely, natural cathedral, a magical place to stand and muse especially on a hot day.
My macro this week is of some raindrops on a wild Iris flower. After a week of very hot days the rain was very refreshing for all of us.
Taken with my Lumix TZ60 on iA setting.
What’s in a name? No further explanation needed about this shop.