Stony Brook, Norfolk   Leave a comment

A sunset walk at Stony Brook. I was hoping to catch my share of insects before the season ended, and especially Odonates (dragonflies and damselflies) seem to be common at Stony Brook. I hardly saw any, except for the ubiquitous mosquitoes. But a wonderful walk, and plenty of sights to see and snap.

Lebia ornata, I’m told.

View through a chewed up leaf.

Nothing at all eerie about this leaf. I have no idea what you’re talking about.

Lots of light and shadow:

This leaf was breathtaking:

Loved this simple view of fence and branch:

Just a spectral looking leaf. Not sure which crop I like best.

“Coleophora sp. of the type that feeds on Goldenrods and Asters. They need dissection to distinguish, but the common one on most Solidago species is C. duplicis.” In my defence, I actually did figure out that Coleophora was one of the likely candidates!

Again, which shot works better?

Porcelainberry. An invasive, but what colors!

Posted 2020-09-12 by gaurav1729 in Uncategorized

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