There is a lot of macro subjects in the garden, but lack of time is normally my dilemma. When i am about to leave, i wonder why more of them suddenly surface, as if they want to have their photos too.
The above yellow spider's body is only around 3mm, but the feet are so long that a predator will be caught before it reaches the main body. Here, it is guarding its egg mass with its life. A few spider web fibers enclose them, but it is not very thick to ward off predators.
For Mellow Yellows
That bee is too early, already trying to get nectar or maybe pollen from a marigold which is not fully open yet. I wonder if it can already get what it wants.
Anthers of a hippeastrum flower at an early stage, when pollens are not yet mature or ready for pollination
This gumamela or hibiscus in the morning when it is still full of dew. In a little while the dew will evaporate with the rising sun, and the flower will be fully open.