Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge February: Close Up or Macro
How I came about these selections. I download all my photos into a misc folder by date order. This morning I randomly picked a sub-folder date 30August 2020 (yes I am that behind in sorting photos) which luckily had the following photos from around my place.
The fruit from an Ink Plant, an introduced exotic plant from tropical America, and yes they did make ink from this plant
An Erect Guinea flower, 12 to24mm across, grows well on my place
A Yamba Sunshine Grevillea flower in my garden
So many flowers on the Lomandra Multiflora gives a tiny Stingless Native Bee lots of choices
Called an Australian Bluebell or Wahlenbergia sp, I find these little flowers all over my property
I think this is a Hovea of some species
It is not often I find a Blue-banded Bee having a rest in the garden
Native Parsnip flower.
The tubers grow as long as your index finger, the flower is about 10mm across and the root can be eaten either raw or cooked – can be used in salads, stir fries, roasted, dips or as a soup.
Yellow-shouldered Hover Fly on a tiny flower
The Clivia flower and the bee
Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge: Close Up or Macro
I found a small spider having breakfast this morning
I’ve sorting photos I am still in the mid 2020’s. Can only do a few days at a time. Some of the date folders, (all my photos when I download go in to a misc folder), have a few photos and some days of discovery have over one hundred photos.
Australian Green Tree Frogs are the happiest looking frogs. This photo is from 28 Sept 2020