An ichneumon wasp? Whatever it is, it’s a beautiful contrast to the grass that’s greening up with the arrival of spring.
Aunt Betty in Minnesota has a terrific garden. Beautifully balanced between shade and sun, all surrounded by that lush, deep green northern grass that southern lawns can’t grow. It is a lovely refuge from everything stressful.
Water drops strung on a web woven between grass blades serve as a prism for mid-morning light.
Even after the grass was mowed, the bunny showed up to graze.
Sunday was a wonderful day for photography, not to mention black fly and mosquito bites. Certainly a case of the more you look, the more you find.