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Darmok N Jalad

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A first sitting of this for me, a White-marked Tussock Moth caterpillar. Very well decorated.This liitle one is on a mission to climb my front door. Saw it on the door and gently relocated it to the leafy bush below (for photoshoot). left and returned 5 minutes later and it was back up the door.
 

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Hummingbird moth from todays walk. E-M1 ii and 40-150 pro w/1.4tc.

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A sawfly, busy slicing into the stem of one of my roses to lay her eggs.

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....around an hour or so later, she was still busy and had by now cut a 3cm long channel in the plant stem.

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While I do own an Olympus 60mm since quite a while, I barely could get any half-decent shots with it. A wasp was in my kitchen eating on a left-over breakfast dish. I tried to convince the little bugger to model for my camera, a bit of honey on a spoon did the job.
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Darmok N Jalad

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While I do own an Olympus 60mm since quite a while, I barely could get any half-decent shots with it. A wasp was in my kitchen eating on a left-over breakfast dish. I tried to convince the little bugger to model for my camera, a bit of honey on a spoon did the job.View attachment 838639
I've been stung by 2 of these bastards mowing my grass this year. Both times on the Achilles, through my sock.:frown:
 

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