We had our first house fly this past week. Funny you should post this picture. It sure didn't have a beautiful bloom to land on...unless it likes hellebores. We got a dusting of snow this morning. Come on spring. You can squeeze in here... Love the shot of color of things to come.
It is a great picture(-: I can't wait till those flowers are blooming again(-:
Awesome photo !
Well, no wonder it is your favourite... what can I say... stunning! Cheers~
Achei interessante a sombra da mosca sobre a flor...um abraço!
Hello Lisa girl !Thanks : ) .. we drove around in blizzard conditions in Kingston yesterday .. too funny .. HUGE snowflakes ! .. great minds think of flies ? LOLCindee girl hello there : )It is going to be a long time before I see blooms from coneflowers but other parts of the garden will be popping in a month or so ? .. I hope ? LOLThanks Elaine girl : )It was an awesome shot that I will probably never be able to capture again Heather so I do love it : )Thank you Vane .. it is amazing how much detail comes out with the fly!
You could rename your blog: Hellebore Heaven thanks to those delicious hellebore photos. I love your echinacea/fly photo too. You're such a wonderful photographer. Hope you're doing well...
Gracie girl thank you : )Things here are very distracting .. and I am having a few problems .. the state of my hellebore right now is disgraceful but partly due to our erratic weather as well .. fingers crossed better weather and state of mind ahead ? LOL
What a beautiful shot.Shadow ShotsBetter late than never right? I just now have the time to visit entries.
I have hover flies in my garden too. They make good photographic subjects when perched on pretty flowers such as yours.
Thank you Rose and Stilleto !It has to be one of my most detailed insect pictures : )
That is a gorgeous echinacea! I've given up on most of the pretty varieties, and stick with the original these days. The others just don't seem to last!
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