As an addendum to my Wordless Wednesday post, here are a few more visitors to my garden this week. The first I believe is female—Eastern Tiger Swallowtail. She hurried off before I could get a good photo.
There are a fair number of dragonflies this year. This particular bamboo stick is a favorite perch for them.
I had just started wondering why I hadn’t seen sulphurs this year when this one briefly appeared this week. It’s the only one I’ve spotted though.
The most unattractive of the week’s visitors is this circada. It is actually near the bottom in the photo above as well.
Not a great bird photo but I can usually not get close enough for more than a blur.
Hummingbirds have been numerous this summer. This one is female and less colorful than males.
Nice photos. I rarely get a hummingbird photo even half that good.
Beautiful shots–a nice array of critters you’ve got there.
What a thrill to be able to view your humming bird in action. Some superb pictures.
It’s always fascinating to see your birds and insects, so different from our own.
I love seeing shots of hummingbirds as we don‘t have them here. Lovely photos Susie. 😃
Love the pictures, I have been seeing a lot of sulphurs this summer. I planted some Senna last year for them and have caterpillars as well. Love the hummingbirds! I see 2 or 3 a year here.
The welcome mat is certainly out in your garden, and I always smile at a photo of a hummingbird. 🙂 All the photos are great so I’m guessing you have quite a show when you step outside.
Great shots – especially the hummingbird.