Wet Paint

July 03, 2016  •  16 Comments

 

I put a little "WET PAINT" sign on the board I painted out in the catio the first thing this morning to see if it would help keep the mosquitos from landing on it and getting stuck in the paint. One skeeter was not a reader, and ended up in the paint. Not bad for the hundreds of mosquitos that were swarming around after I finished the can of spray paint. The spray can probably has a C02 propellent that attracted the attention of so many mosquitos.

I go out and walk the garden every morning, and there has been a lot of dew on the roses after our evening thunderstorms.  The bees have been working the wild flowers, especially the mini sunflowers. As many of our roses have faded, the various lilies are starting to bloom, and I caught sight of movement in the darkness on the ditch at the end of our walk this evening. I got out my flashlight to discover a tiny toad hopping across the ditch bank in front of us.

 

Touch of Class

 

Lynn Anderson

 

A bee on every flower. They have so much pollen on their legs they look like spiders

 

Two bees working the same flower

 

Delphinium

 

Backlit spider lily

 

Tiny toad with its back to us

 

Sideview of the tiny toad.


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Off Center & Not Even @ T & L Photos
Thanks, Julie!
Julie(non-registered)
That Lyn Anderson rose is simply exquisite. I could stare at that for ages. Wish my Dad was with us - he would love this too. Beautiful images Tim .. how do you go from great to awesome so easily!
Off Center & Not Even @ T & L Photos
Thanks, Tiny!
Tiny(non-registered)
Beautiful images! The second rose is ethereal!
Off Center & Not Even @ T & L Photos
Thanks, Harry. Or maybe just an illiterate skeeter.
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