I’m still trying to work my way back into my routine again after the little “hiccup” over the last two or three days, so nothing spectacular on the bug-a-day menu today.
Although, sometimes, some of those things we consider to be dull and ordinary are the things we should give more attention to, rather than overlooking them and passing them by….
Anyway, a common under-rock dweller found often during my walks is the Woodlouse, Britain’s miniature answer to the armadillo. No sting, no nasty bite, no aggression, no outstanding beauty, found most of the time in the company of friends and family, and just seems content to get on with his own life without bothering anyone else. That’s probably why it’s taken me this long to photograph him.
I’m sure there’s some kind of a life message in there somewhere ….
© Alice through the Macro Lens