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There is only one world; the world pressing against you at this minute. There is only one minute in which you are alive; this minute here and now. The only way to live is by accepting each minute as an unrepeatable miracle.

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  • The Head

    I must apologise for my late return but it doesn't make my thanks for comments,clicks and awards any less genuine. Thanks everyone!

    Indeed I do still have the skeletons Dave - though now both have lost their heads. Well they're not actually lost but no longer attached. I recall one coming adrift when he fell down the stairs but can't remember how the other lost it!
    • 21 Nov 2020 8:17PM
  • Fungi

    Apologies for the late return - thanks everyone - and thanks too to Joline and Keith for your awards.

    The more I look at this the more I like it - not that I didn't like it - if that makes any sense Smile
    • 10 Nov 2020 10:05PM
  • Cosmos


    Quote:You are doing well still having them.



    They have done well given they are in pots but sat on the earth. I've one that is a good 6 foot tall that has finally decided to start producing buds!
    • 18 Oct 2020 7:28PM
  • A Bee

    Thanks everyone and thank you Ron for your award Smile

    Sadly the wee beasties are getting harder and harder to find now - they're still out there but I've really got to hunt them down now!

    • 2 Oct 2020 8:23PM
  • The Confrontation


    Quote:Slightly mismatched dance partners.


    Ha - yeah I can't see them putting on a perfect show!
    • 6 Sep 2020 6:13PM
  • Orange!

    Thanks everyone and thank you to Pamela and Helen for your awards Smile

    When I took the pic I thought I'd probably dump it once I got home but suddenly thought I'd crop it right down and bingo - it came out ok Smile
    • 2 Sep 2020 9:53PM
  • More Ants

    A belated thank you everyone and to David, David, Ron and Alan for your awards Smile

    Apparently Ants share food in this way - trophallaxis - but theory is that they can also affect the development of the young larvae by passing on growth proteins and juvenile hormone as well as other 'stuff' - all too complicated to write and understand this afternoon!
    • 2 Sep 2020 4:50PM
  • Ant

    Thanks folks Smile

    Yep Chris - a Pringles container. I've made two - one for the 60mm and one for the 30mm as the lenses are different lengths of course. I need to sort out a better diffuser I think - it's a little bit harsh at the moment but shall experiment when I get my act together!
    • 28 Aug 2020 1:05PM
  • Cabbage White

    I've not a clue if anyone grows cabbages around here but I've usually got a couple of these in the garden Smile
    • 27 Aug 2020 4:39PM
  • The Duo


    Quote:Amazing to see the spider lurking...
    Good moment caught and I hope the bee got away... Isabel GrinGrin



    I'll check in the morning and see if they're still there Smile
    • 14 Aug 2020 10:04PM
  • Fly


    Quote:Excellent macro image and subject details ...
    Isabel GrinGrin



    Thanks - conveniently settled on a silly metal chicken I have in the garden (I swear the older I get the worse my taste gets!)
    • 12 Aug 2020 3:19PM
  • Wren

    oops - soooo sorry for the delay in returning - thanks everyone!

    Actually I didn't hear the wren at all today - I hope it's ok!
    • 2 Aug 2020 10:10PM
  • Grasshopper

    I'm so sorry for my late return - I have no excuse - just tardy.

    Thanks everyone for clicks comments and awards - I do feel guilty and will try to get my act together!
    • 26 Jul 2020 10:02PM
  • Ant

    Thanks everyone and thanks to Willie and Paul for your awards Smile

    Indeed Janet all these wee beasties seem to be rather hairy!
    • 10 Jul 2020 9:07PM
  • Fly

    Thanks folks Smile I do rather like the way the leaf came out too!
    • 8 Jul 2020 9:54PM
  • Bee

    Thanks folks and thanks Ted for your award Smile

    I do like the Bindweed flowers but of course refuse to introduce it into my garden - I'll just have to get along the bridle path again before they go over!
    • 3 Jul 2020 9:59PM
  • Bee

    Thanks everyone and thank you Andrew and David for your awards. I've taken a ridiculous amount of bug pictures these last three months - it's been rather good!
    • 30 Jun 2020 9:29PM
  • Thick Legged Flower Beetle

    Oops - huge apologies to everyone for my late return - thanks to all of you Smile

    They are pretty aren't they Steve? Usually I'd be visiting a local nature reserve every week to find these - almost every visit I find a different insect is dominant so photo trips are always fruitful. This year of course I've had to make do with my garden and a local bridle path but have been pleasantly surprised on how much I've managed to find!
    • 23 Jun 2020 1:51PM
  • Rosa Mundi


    Quote:Fast on the trigger - lovely glimpse of light.
    KateGrin



    Thanks Kate - yep I was in the garden bug chasing and turned round just at the right time Smile
    • 23 Jun 2020 1:11PM
  • Fly

    Thanks everyone and thank you Dave for your award Smile

    The raindrop/tear was an added bonus - needless to say I had no idea it was there until I looked at it on the big screen.
    • 18 Jun 2020 10:38AM
  • Fly

    Thanks peeps - and thanks David for your award Smile
    • 11 Jun 2020 10:52AM
  • Bee

    First huge apologies for the delay returning - I have no good excuse - too much messing about Smile

    Thanks to you all for clicks, comments and awards - they are appreciated!

    I liked the composition the bee kindly provided so no way was I going to dump the pic for the sake of a bit of fuzziness Smile
    • 11 Jun 2020 9:00AM
  • Teeny Bee

    Oops - sorry I'm late folks - where did the last few days go?

    Thanks to you all - I'm staying home today and will doubtless be bee chasing much of the day!
    • 25 May 2020 11:30AM
  • Cardinal Beetle

    Thanks everyone!

    Paul - sadly when I went to the bridle path yesterday the area I spotted this individual had been cut back as well - I didn't spot anything madly exciting but hopefully that will improve! For now the garden will do though I shall still keep going for my walks!

    Kate - one solitary individual was all I spotted - I'm sure will have been more hiding!
    • 19 May 2020 9:09AM
  • Mason Bees


    Quote:Did they go in and turn round? (which would be a neat trick) or go in from the other end?


    They do indeed turn around within the tube - the other end is up against the back of the hotel and they seal that up before they start filling the tube Smile
    • 12 May 2020 9:12AM
  • Take-off


    Quote:Clever to have got this. Smile


    A complete fluke of course Smile
    • 10 May 2020 1:26PM
  • St Mark's Fly


    Quote:Excellent picture all round, well detailed and focus and a good shallow depth of field.
    Tom



    Thank you Tom Smile It's a miracle I got the pic as it was a breezy day and that is presumably why the leaves at the back appear to be moving - odd effect!
    • 28 Apr 2020 11:52AM
  • Bumble

    Thanks folks and thank you Michael for your award Smile

    I was lucky to catch this one - no sooner had I grabbed this pic he turned around and then flew off. Still, you only need one!
    • 22 Apr 2020 10:02PM
  • Bee Fly


    Quote:I'm seeing them - not got one - the chase goes on .Smile


    Yeah - the blighters don't stay still for long do they?
    • 9 Apr 2020 9:46PM
  • Fly

    Thanks folks - and thank you Ron for your award. I've not had a chance to peruse the garden yet today and already it's gone 2pm!

    I'm prepping the kitchen for painting - can't afford to gut the lot and start again so I'm making friends with the sugar soap!
    • 1 Apr 2020 2:22PM