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Fireflies. Live composite mode. Olympus E-M1MarkII 40-150 mm f2.8 Pro
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Backyard posers
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Seems to be quite a work in progress in my old shed.
8 days on and it's grown by approximately 30-40%.

Hot day today. Before I disturbed them, there were a couple of dozen stationary wasps which appeared to be fanning the outside of the nest. A lot of buzzing - perhaps more fanning activity inside? Still quite a few in my picture, wings outstretched and frozen by my flash.

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A leaf cutter bee. Never knew such a thing existed until I saw one today.
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In the yard today:

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Quite possibly the largest bumble bee I have ever seen. It was probably 1.5 inches long:
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I found this pair in amongst the Salvia Caradonna the other day.
Much smaller than the normal red ladybirds, I'd guess at probably around a third of the size.
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A crazy hair day!
 

Darmok N Jalad

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A test drive of my 40-150 2.8:
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Squash Vine Borer. I think it is a first for the yard.

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