Hello from sunny Australia again. Couldn't resist snapping these kangaroos up at church this morning. The tall one would be nearly as tall as I am as it stands upright looking at me (I'm a safe distance back, zoomed in).
I just love it's beautiful big eyes. Here we are cropped right in so the definition isn't the best but check out those eyes and lashes!
On to the recently found bugs in our garden now. If you're not a fan of bugs, scroll down over the next few photos with one eye shut ;)
From what I can gather these may all be differing varieties and/or stages of growth of stink/citrus bugs. If anyone can enlighten me that would be great.
The bodies on each of the three above is about 3cm (1 1/2inches) long.
This one is much smaller with a body about 1 1/2cm (under an inch) long.
This is one of the Bronze Orange Bugs which are still living around and on our old cumquat trees.
Ok, enough beastly bugs. Here's a Scotch Thistle (a weed) in flower in the garden. Quite pretty to look at but not to touch!
Last but not least, a couple of little butterflies.
This one is quite tiny and appears as a grey blur while flitting around. I was thrilled to catch it feasting on a daisy yesterday. Quite sweet isn't it.
Hope you all have a wonderful day/evening!
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