LAPC guest host this week is Jude at Cornwall in Colours – and she challenges us to find some textures.
last weekend, we enjoyed a lovely walk in the woods. I love all the different tree trunks.
Looking up into the canopy, the last few oak leaves clinging on to the moss and lichen covered branches.
And back down to the lake shore, where in the sheltered bay, the water was almost like glass.
And just for Jude, this was one of the last fuzzy bees I took a photograph of back in late September. Missing them and looking forward to seeing them back in the spring.
Special thanks to Jude for hosting this week’s challenge.
Well this challenge is right up my street, many thanks to Anne of Slow Shutter Speed for hosting “Wildlife close to Home” for this week. Those who drop by regularly won’t be surprised by my first image. I just love bumblebees, and it is great to see them enjoying the flowers in the garden.
This summer and autumn we had a lot more shieldbugs in the garden than other years. I think these guys look pretty comical.
Butterflies bring more colour to the garden.
And finally another favourite – this time a slightly larger animal and a rarer visitor to the garden, but always a joy to see – the Irish hare.
Internet issues are plaguing us for last two weeks, so just some quickly edited images and a big thank you to Sofia for her great challenge that got me creative this week.