Hello Woody December 01, 2018 at 01:43PM

Just checking me out over his shoulder. … You can see several of the little bug traps he has created in this tree.

See it here: https://flic.kr/p/2awh9zs

Woody Profile December 01, 2018 at 01:43PM

You can see several of the little bug traps he has created in this tree.

See it here: https://flic.kr/p/PwFyRK

The Watering Hole July 26, 2018 at 04:16PM

June bugs gather around a freshly pruned, and bleeding, tree scar.

See it here: https://flic.kr/p/29s4g3s

A Small Field Mouse _DSC6358-.jpg July 25, 2017 at 01:36PM

The country mouse moved to Fiesta Island, and was taken aback by the plethora of tasty little things, until he got caught in a small flowering plant by my giant all seeing eye. … Then he froze for several blinks of an eye, and I was free for several seconds to chase this image.

See it here: http://ift.tt/2tAMVkn

Chrysalis June 12, 2017 at 12:31PM

So, As this was a discovered chrysalis, and I am not a lepidopterist, I cannot properly identify this as the chrysalis of any specific type. …

That little ball of spiky stuff is the remains of the caterpillar skin. I will watch this and see if the adult ever emerges. With luck, I may catch some action in a little while.

See it here: http://flic.kr/p/VtReyb

I found this little animal this morning.

The other day, I mentioned that Macros were everywhere. And I used a piece of moss that I cut out of the planter that the Plumeria was in, in the back yard.

Well. … I placed that moss in a little plastic container, and added water. “Why?” You ask. Well, I do not really know. … I like Moss. I was hoping to see it get really green. I just like all life and did not want t throw it away. … I would put it back where I got it, but I had not done that yet. …

So, as Gomer Pyle would say, “Surprise. Surprise.” When I looked, this morning there was a little hairy surprise in the moss. … So I shot this image. … When you look at the moth under normal light, it is much closer to the color of the moist ground around the moss. It is only because of the reflectivity of the moth, and the transparency of the water on the surrounding dirt/moss combination that channels the light away from the camera, that the moth stands out so brightly in this image.

Anyway. … The serendipity of unforseen consequences oftentimes adds an opportunity. … Take advantage of the opportunities.

Jack Foster Mancilla – LensLord™ – Home –

Down by the Bay

Some days require keeping your nose to the grindstone, working your bottom off, and a couple pots of coffee to keep the pups primed.

This is the opposite of that kind of day. The kids are in school, most of the tourists are between here and there. It is a day of reflection, listening to the birds by the bay, the gentle lapping of the wavelets against the pilings. … Tomorrow is another day, but today, I am comfortable.

Jack Foster Mancilla – LensLord™ – Home –