If You Look Real Close, Bugs Can Beautiful Too. Well I Think So Anyway.

If You Look Real Close, Bugs Can Beautiful Too. Well I Think So Anyway.

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Unlike the cold and dark Winter months here in Northeastern Pennsylvania, where nature goes to sleep and there is not much life outdoors, the Spring and Summer months have something new to display every day.Macro wasp and fly 035 (1 of 1)

I decided to take a short walk with my macro lens to take a look at what is new up close. Macro moth 014 (1 of 1)

The summer flowers are now in bloom, The thistle, queen anne’s lace, daisies and chicory. And the aromatic yarrow, pictured below. And they all attract a multitude of insects. It is truly amazing to find a patch of, what many consider weeds, and see the numerous species of insects that they attract. Macro  (3 of 4)

Wasps and bees of all shapes,sizes  and colors. Flies, moths and butterflies  are everywhere. Macro wasp and fly 044 (1 of 1)

You really don’t appreciate the remarkable of complexity of even the tiniest insect until you examine it up close. I truly could spend hours looking at these tiny but delicate and beautiful creatures, which many folks call pest, that share our world with us. They were here long before we were and surely where created for a purpose. And I am glad to be able to capture some of that beauty with the aide of my macro lens.

This is a link to the many insects, flowers and a moth I captured up close on my hike this afternoon. Take a look, they are beautiful in their own way. Macro wasp 095 eyes (1 of 1)

https://keepyoureyespeeled.net/pennsylvania-insects-butterflies-bees-ants-and-spiders-dragonflies/nggallery/pennsylvania-insects-butterflies-bees-ants-and-spiders/macro-insects-july-8-201Macro  bugs 82 (1 of 1)


God in His wisdom made the fly
And then forgot to tell us why.
~Ogden Nash, “The Fly”