Well, I don’t know about your part of the world, wherever you may be, but it’s been piddling down with rain in my neck of the woods all day. But it did ease off just after dinner this evening, so I took the dog for a quick walk before the light disappeared completely.
I had taken the camera just in case – but there was little to experience, except a lot of soggy, closed flowers, a few very damp toadstools, and a great deal of very slippery mud (as evidenced by the state of my backside when I got home…).
And what’s more, there were no insects or buggy creatures of any type, except for slugs, which I didn’t feel like taking pictures of right now.
So I snapped a few shots of raindrops dripping from the tips of leaves (as you do… ) and a couple of sad looking mushrooms, and headed home.
But – as the saying goes – never say never …. Look what I found shivering next to one of the above mentioned raindrops!
“What is it?” I hear you say.
“I haven’t a clue,” say I. “But it’s a Bug.”
And, therefore, I present you with Bug-a-day number 11. Tadah!
© Alice through the Macro Lens