This is no bigger than a pin head first I thought it was a gnat , the shots where taken 1" from the subject in macro. the tiny spider is not much bigger that also was taken 1" from the spider,
Just as the sun was setting I had a late visitor. I do not know the name of this species of fly , and this fly I do not mind because it does not land on me like the house flies, they just land on the balcony rail and bask in the sun, and I can get within 1" to macro photo them , Its just that I think they are wonderfully made as are all things God made. It did not land in a good place for macro as the setting sun was in the lens.
Then I went up on the roof to check on the little pigeon chicks but alas I think the rats have made a meal of them, such is life. but I did get a rather good photo of one of the young Doves , it stayed quite close they are very flighty and I do not blame them with the young kestrels about not to mention rats
Unsure whether to stay or go. a gust of wind then made her mind up.
the young falcons are still sleeping in the nests, they where have great time flying against the breeze. but most of the time too far away for a good shot.
.And the end of another day very hot again in the late 40s, not 38 as the world weather said,
Quarter moon direct above as the sun was setting behind the Valley of the Queens.
full close tele100x400 lens on today's setting sun