This is one of the sweetest, most kind and polite young ladies I have ever met:
She and her loving family couldn’t have been easier, more beautiful, or more enjoyable to spend an evening with.
Twin Cities area Children's Photography
We have some lovely lilacs planted around our front porch.
And the past few nights, my husband and I have sat and watched a little hummingbird that keeps coming to visit them.
It hovers, mid-air, methodically sucking the nectar from each tiny lilac flower, then moving over 1/8th of an inch to the next. It’s pretty amazing, actually.
I finally grabbed the camera to try to take a picture of it. In these first few, I couldn’t quite catch him:
Pretty neat! However, I was informed by my cousin that this is actually not a hummingbird because hummingbirds don’t have antennae. This is an imposter called the ‘Hummingbird Clearwing.’ Not a bird, but an insect.
So there you go!
A good entomology lesson for the day. And I though I’d share it with you guys!