Nature's Place

Things That Fly …

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Zebra Bee. Ok, not really. A native resting on a cold afternoon.

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An unusual fly warming up by the light at night.

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Too cold to fly away, resting on the grass.

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Racing Red and blue/black winged Wasp.

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Long legged fly enjoying the rotting fruit.

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Red Assassin Bug, hunting on the flowers other creatures eat.

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Bee echo …

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Assassin nymph chasing native bee.

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Hoverfly in the spiders grasp. Bye, bye fly.

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Mating time for the ants.

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Doli fly in the afternoon.

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Honey Bee meets Spider, usually ends bad for the bee – which is good for the spider.

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Mighty wasp. She was seeking nesting sites around the ants feasting on fruit.

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Asleep in the field, not far to travel for breakfast.

Things that get overlooked, in the garden or field and on the computer. There are so many images of encounters that are never seen but once.

It may serve as a reminder of the unique character of the individuals within the one amazing nature, everything with a place.

Nothing remains the same, even when change is imperceptibly incremental the movement is always towards ‘better’.

As long as we don’t give in to the dark side, and even that serves, has its place.

And time runs out, things die, nothing remains to change.

© Mark Berkery ……. Click the pix for a closer look
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