This a short post, mainly to test whether the “Like” implementation worked.
One morning in late September, when I went out to feed the birds, I noticed three bugs on the screen door.
Here’s the first . . .
That is a Mayfly . . . in September.
I like the reflections off the glass.
Next up, a white-marked tussock moth . . .
Next, something that looked very much like a mosquito . . . but the fuzzy antennae told me it was a Midge.
I’ve not identified this next moth, but it was in my garage in early November.
As I said, a quick post. Hopefully, the “like” option is turned on and functioning. Obviously, you don’t have to use it, but it’s there if you need/want it.
That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.
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