If you sent good photos and they haven’t yet appeared, don’t despair. I have a backlog. But do continue to send me good ones, as the tank will run dry if it’s not replenished.
Today we have some more photos by reader Ken Phelps. They are all missing species IDs, so readers are welcome to identify the beasts (and plants!).
I may have posted this first one before, but you can’t see it often enough:
Was taking pictures of bees just after a thundershower. This guy had just been grazed by a drop, leaving his hair matted.
For some reason this face reminds me of the guy in the autogyro in Mad Max:
Some serious eating going on:
One fat spider:
In Corcovado Nat’l Park, Costa Rica:
Romance on a fennel plant:
This was on an early spring hike. A mosquito had hatched a bit early on an unseasonably warm day and then frozen on the snow. The sun was out and his darker color had caused him to warm up and melt a little vault in the surface of the snow.