From the smallest … … to the largest … … it is one.
Yellow Jacket Wasp Because of her mighty sting, she’s a good one to imitate. This beetle is doing well by it. So is this mantid fly. In return, wasp pretends to be […]
Sometimes grass can be your wings.
Well, the wild asters are blooming in the ruined grasslands, and the last of the wild bees are coming in, and, I tell you, this is not how humans do the deed.For […]
Imagine if this pussy willow… … was your world … …and not just yours … … but a world of many creatures … … namely a wasp… … and a different wasp […]
In the summer, light strikes the leaves of the dogwoods unevenly, as they flit about in their environment of light and shadow filtering through other leaves that move and shift with sun […]
To humans, gravity means you keep your feet on the ground. Not so for wasps. For them, it’s all fine to act that way when flying, but when you stop flying […]
I was reading Prefix, a classy Canadian photo magazine, and there it was: a discussion of photography that wasn’t locked in time, but which presented lengthy images of particular views, rather than ones at […]
Spider, hanging out. Home sweet home. John Day Painted Hills, Oregon Beetles, hanging out. Life on a pink earth. John Day Fossil Beds, Oregon Western box elder bug (juvenile) a long way […]
The cranberry carageenas have lost their glowing orange leaves. Their berries are on the ground now, picked over by chickadees. It is a beautiful world of colour down there, where the summer […]