Saturday, September 8, 2012

Early September garden visitors and sunset.

Scroll down to read the captions, they will not show up when you click on a picture to enlarge it, and get the slide show. In slide show, click the image to go to next one, or scroll throught them. I have tried to identify these 'bugs', might as well learn their names if I'm going to take their pictures.   
Ailanthus Webworm Moth (top) and a Goldenrod Soldier Beetle
Buckeye Butterfly

Buckeye Butterfly
Buckeye Butterfly

Buckeye Butterflies

Buckeye Butterfly
white cabbage butterfly

Forage Looper Moth

Lily Beetle

Mandevilla with flash at dusk. This picture is unedited, except to add my signature.

I don't know the species name of these lillium , but they are literally a beehive of activity every summer. Bloom in late August, last quite a while, and attract a wide variety of bees, wasps, and beetles, etc. This shot taken at dusk with flash.
After the rain, a little colorful ending of the day.
Soft natural street lighting


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