I adore being in the garden, just being still, and watching it change through the seasons. There has been plenty of time to contemplate it whilst watering this summer, and plenty to see.An unremarkable picture, can you spot anything interesting in this photo? Look closely.
The same day Mr Bowerbird found a Rhinoceros Beetle (or perhaps a dung beetle) with the little Bowerbird.
A less than favourite visiting critter has been the March fly, or I could rename it the December/January/ February fly as it has been ever present this summer. I saw our dog curl his lip at one recently, I know how he feels, that bite is rather nasty, at least they are slow and you usually get a chance to seek revenge (and they can't bite through boots).