I am on Facebook as well, Ayesart...I just looked for you...I am Judith Earnshaw on that...and have just started a page called Cathrynn's Photography, would love it if you became a friend of both.....will look for you again...take care...Judith x
You should also see a lot (a whole lot) of small spiders in/around the web. These are young before they get big enough to go out on there own. Also, look for a spider some what smaller than the female but much bigger than the young. This will be the male. Depending on the species he may become a meal for the female.
well was mostly my fault honestly after i read the rules, lol found i was using the wrong size file and was filling up our server lol .. if i was told i would have fixed it so alas i had to make a new profile . luckily i just started
That is a beautiful little bird. You are fortunate to live in such a beautiful place, year around. Snow, snow and more snow here and boring prairie. We moved a year and a half ago further away from the mountains, now the mountains no longer convenient to visit.
Have a Merry Christmas!
Thanks for your comments about my spider pics. I am not fond of insects, but since I started doing macros I find them to be interesting. I have learned a lot about them from Bugguide and people online. If you would have told me that I would be doing macros of wasps, hornets and bees a few years ago I would have laughed. I'm really a bit afraid of the insects, but they seem to be afraid of me (except for mosquitoes).
I really loved your comments and explanation about how you feel - and are, when you take photos. I have only just discovered photography, but I know, when I get the hang of it (camera out of action right now and struggling with Picasa!!!!) I will do better and I know it will focus me in the moment as well.....:)
If you are in North America, go to www.bugguide.net and upload the fly picture to have them ID it. They are looking for unusual insects or ones that have traveled away from their natural habitat. They also can tell you if it's a new species. Maybe they can name it after you! LOL