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  1. No Ovenbird for me either, I'll sit this one out and enjoy seeing everyone else's photos!🙂
  2. Actually, I didn't, I guess I never really thought about it...thanks for bringing that to my attention. 🙂
  3. I appreciate your help...thanks!! 🙂 Yeah, I couldn't figure it out so I finally just settled for Fritillary which bugs [pun intended] me as per my OCD tendencies I don't like to leave things as ''unknown''!!!
  4. Thanks! Yes, I wish we did too. After birds, insects are my next favorite thing to photography and to try to ID. I fail most of the time to ID bugs but I keep taking pics anyway. I looked at every book I have and online also and like you I could not find this bug. For some unexplainable reason I get an ''aphid-y'' vibe tho. 🙂
  5. I think the host bug is a beetle of some sort but I'm not sure if the little ones are ''babies'', mites, ticks or exactly what they are but I was very careful not to touch any of them! 🙂
  6. Western Toad / I almost stepped on it...I'm glad that I didn't as it would not have been a very pretty picture. 🙂 ...
  7. Fritillary butterfly near the center of a sunflower. 🙂
  8. Tri-colored Bumblebee / The orange-ish blob on its leg is a ''pollen basket'' and this bee's baskets were so full it was having a hard time flying. 🙂
  9. Butterflies / ? Queen Alexandra's Sulphur
  10. Butterfly / ? Two-tailed Swallowtail
  11. Just curious, what camera are you using? #1 I like the edited version. #2 I actually like the original over the edited one. The water looks to ''washed'' out. Maybe just sharpen the photo without any saturation changes. #3 I like the edited version. Hope this helps. 🙂
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