These are so great!!! I wonder if that wasp found those berries or what ever they are, or if it took each one there to eat. Probably they were there. I love the one where the bee has its face in the flower. You always get such deep depth of field. Really nice.
Thanks Mary. I think the wasp is on the last of a chewed up caterpillar and those green bits used to be in it’s intestine. They hunt caterpillars in the greenery.
The dof is more illusion than fact. The appearance of it is due to placement of the focus field to take account of architecture. Like laying a sheet of paper over a rough surface, where it touches there’s focus and if you get the right bits it looks more than it is. It’s not always easy to tell from the 2D image. A couple here were also taken with a very small sensor.
I’m pretty sure the wasp is eating a caterpillar. They hunt them out so I don’t have to. I like to let the garden take care of itself, and lose some plants along the way.
Those Butterfly Bushes are a real treat beside the native fare. The yellow one grows like jack’s beanstalk and is already flowering again after a major pruning a couple months ago. It clones real easy too, compared to other colours – so far.