I took this picture in the yard of my house. This amazing beast is called a pot wasp. The name of the pot behind the name pinned because this animal makes its nest of soil that resembles a pot.
Pot wasp is one type of wasp mud. This female pot wasp that makes the most amazing house in the insect world. Only with the soil and saliva, he can make a small house in the shape of a hope pan. Potted pots are solitary creatures, solitary creatures are creatures that live behind life. The pot washer builds its nest in various places, depending on its type.
In general, the nest site is close to a good source of clay. Wasps wet the ground with the air to tear it up, then make a small circle of wet clay, slip between the legs, and fly back to the nest. He stretches the ground with his forelegs and jaws, then begins to build the base of the nest.
After the nest is completed, the wasps enter the abdomen / stomach into a nar
I am always happy to see this particular type of butterfly. The contrast of the color of the butterfly with the pink flower was a perfect setting. I had my macro lens and waited and waited without disturbing the butterfly which kept flying away and coming back. I hope you like it very much.
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Well this is exactly True i can consider my Life situation here haha all those desired things we want in our Life is Illegal,Expensive,Fattening or in love with someone else.
I love to experiment varieties of dishes but i am so lazy that i stay hungry rather than cooking food. When it comes to kitchen work i hate the most. It sounds pretty weird but i cant ignore it. Being a workaholic women, i find myself almost every time busy in my official works but i hate cooking. Whatever i found in kitchen i try to mess up and eat with my hunger. My unproductive lunch for today, light snacks but hygienic though...
We've had a good crop of blackcurrants and redcurrents this year. Theres still more to be picked :-)
Its so satisfying growing your own produce. its cheap and you know its not got poisions and pesticides on.
Everything i grow is totally organic. it helps having a duck to kill pests :-)
Some of the onions are now ready for harvest....
Next batch of onions coming on nicely.
If you dont grow your own vegetables yet, maybe you should consider it.
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When i journey to Meherpur and a sttacu.
Just same to same a tiger. and enjoy it very much
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What a great gymnastic balance!
One thing people look for if they visit the Wall Street area in NYC is the well known Charging Bull Statue
The Charging Bull Statue sometimes called the Wall Street Bull or Bowling Green Bull by Arturo Di Modica
It was originally a Guerilla art piece ie installed without any permit but was so popular it became a permanent feature
It weighs 7,100 pounds and is 11 Feet Tall, quite an impressive work of art installed in 1989
This year things changed when State Street Global Advisors commissions Kristen Visbal to make a Bronze Sculpture the Fearless Girl facing the Charging Bull
The Fearless Girl in comparison with the BUll is relatively small at 50 Inches Tall and weighing 250 Pounds but was another piece installed without a permit and has gained a mixed lot of feelings from people, varying from those of the Charging Bull Artist who wants it gone as he sees it as a cheap advertising stunt riding on the pop
There is a special event that occurs every day by the penguin enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo. They call it the Penguin Parade. Its probably the cutest thing you will experience at the Zoo and like Haribo sweets, is loved by children and adults alike.
The parade occurs every afternoon around 2pm(ish) when the Penguins gather at the gate to their enclosure. Together with their keepers they run a lap around the path that encircles their enclosure. I say run, its more of a penguin waddle and at the pace of their choosing.
I will point out that the penguins are not compelled to do this, they choose to and its not always the same penguins. Its just the ones that are in the mood to go for a wander. To quote the Edinburgh Zoo website directly: "The penguin parade is run on an entirely voluntary basis. It is the penguins choice to tak
Artist: MIKALOJUS KONSTANTINAS-ČIURLIONIS
Today is our free day!!!! and because we have a wonderful weather Today , we went with the girls to the local park.
This is Folsom Lake California. Blue sky with calm waters inviting you to swim and relax for the day.
Fancifully frilly attire has starred as the focus of this Sakuya Izayoi cosplay created by the talented Ely, with the aforementioned maid outfit bound to receive a lot more praise than the beautiful cosplayer for once due to its sophistication and exquisite detail.
The stunning Sakuya cosplay, which features two lusty outfits as opposed to one:
My pet cat's photography:
I went to a trip last fall picking mushrooms here in Iceland but I have never done that before. Of course I photographed them as well and had with me books about mushrooms to know which ones to pick for eating and which to avoid.
Though beautiful this one is the number one to avoid. This mushroom has 3 different poisons in it and has in some countries been used to make fly poison. It is said that during viking period some warriors ate a berserk before a battle and became like crazy killers. But it could also be that the name Ber-serkur and the storie about it has another twist in it.
The later nouns
serkur also means
caftan or a
cape but on the viking periode some warriors dressed with capes of animal skins (probably a bear skin cape
ber-serkur). When they did that people belived that they would take on the animal spirit and that is why they went