Nature's Place

Wild Things

Gecko. Lives around the house and eats everything in sight or flight around the light at night. It rhymes.
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Huntsman. Found under the peeling bark of a tree in the nearby forest/NR. Known as the giant crab spider, young and fast.
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Wasp. (can’t remember name now) Was depositing eggs? in rotten old branch in same NR when the ant came to investigate.
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Lynx Spider. Waiting on some wild growing Jasmine, such a sweet smell. You have to be careful smelling the flowers.
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Honey Bee. Last of the day and I saw this one moving on the ground. It was weak, trying to scramble up on a leaf with its wings outstretched. Death wasn’t far off.P1400094

© Mark Berkery ……. Click any picture and click again to enlarge

<!–[if !mso]> <! st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } –> Wild Things 29/08/2009

Gecko. Lives around the house and eats everything in sight or flight around the light at night. It rhymes.

Huntsman. Found under the peeling bark of a tree in the nearby forest/NR. Known as the giant crab spider, young and fast.

Wasp. (can’t remember name now) Was depositing eggs? in rotten old branch in same NR when the ant came to investigate.

Lynx Spider. Waiting on some wild growing Jasmine, such a sweet smell. You have to be careful smelling the flowers.

Honey Bee. Last of the day and I saw this one moving on the ground. It was weak, trying to scramble up on a leaf with its wings outstretched. Death wasn’t far off.

© Mark Berkery ……. Click any picture and click again to enlarge

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  1. Karen of morningjoy said, on 29/08/2009 at 12:01 pm

    Your comment moved to here Karen.

    Mark,

    I tried to comment on your last blog, but the comment box would not appear.
    Once again I find myself delighted by your macro photography. You grant me the privilege of peering into another world.

    Thank you.

    • Mark said, on 29/08/2009 at 12:05 pm

      Hi Karen, it was just a glitch – one of those things.

      Thanks for your comment Karen. Privilege: a state not easily realised.


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