Seeing this, one can understand why greenfly are public enemy number one in the garden. The aphid’s latest ‘baby’ has not even dropped to join its siblings yet, but another baby is already being pushed out. And the aphid ‘mum’ is feeding at the same time. Way to multi-task!
Over at The Shed Gallery blog today I am discussing some of my favourite images by other Shed creatives. And not a greenfly in sight, I promise.
. . . so human-like . . .
Scarily so 😉
Excellent capture, Rachael.
Thank you. Gracie.
Very nice! Great exposure and interesting subjects.
Thanks! Another occasion of photography opening my eyes to details I never noticed before.
haha.. this made me smile Rachael.. I’ve got After birth and you’ve got the maternity ward! wonderful!
Thanks, Helen. Seems we were thinking along similar lines yesterday. Co-incidentally,again, I was reading an article about the Stratford butterfly farm over lunch yesterday. The article was about the outdoors planting for summer native butterflies. Did you manage to photograph any of those?
Great shot and title, Rachael!! A big Like!