|Seven of Swords|
|A Dash of Blue|
Another Familiar Bluet. This thing is perched on the edge of a fragile, dying leaf. It's so small and so light that the leaf doesn't move at all when the damselfly takes off or lands on it.
|Neon Damselfly Glows from the Inside|
Here he is close up. He's almost neon the way he seems to glow against the gray algaed background. You can even see his little tiny feet hanging onto the light edge of the leaf. His wings are so transparent you can see the segments and black stripes right through them.
|I'm Pretty Sure Your Nose Is Longer|
Fiery Skipper drinking from a (I think) purple milkweed flower. Check out the proboscis.
|Skipper with a Drinking Habit|
Here she flipped to give me a side view - you can still see the proboscis - but now you can see those prominent front legs.
Buckeyes have a weird habit of hanging out upside down. I don't know if I've posted about this before, but I know it's not the first time I've seen an inverted Buckeye. I don't know if it puts those big fake eyes at the top - fooling any predators that might come along - or what.
Okay, next up - Volo Bog. A very interesting place to shoot. Too bad I did it in hurricane force winds!