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STOPS ALONG THE WAY

CROSSING THE FINISH LINE (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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The vein in the leaf made the title of this post easy. I’m not a fan of yellow jacket wasps and usually head in the opposite direction when they’re flying close by. In this case it was a cool morning and the insect seemed lethargic, so I took these photos with little worry.

13 thoughts on “CROSSING THE FINISH LINE (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Thanks for the giggle, s/he made it!! 😉

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  2. We used to be inundated by them so much that we couldn’t enjoy sitting on our deck, but in the last two or three years, they have disappeared except for a few. I would be glad, but it also makes me think maybe something is happening because our bees are also not as prolific. Your yellow jacket photos are excellent!

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  3. Really nice detail. Way closer than I usually get/want to get to these. Great title for the post.

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  4. Great details! ❤️

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  5. Very nice! And it is so far ahead that the rest are not even in sight!😊

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  6. Marvellous title and pictures!

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