We are enjoying a nice sunny autumn here. The temperatures dropped to a pleasant levels, threes are turning red and yellow and I can even enjoy some clouds from time to time.
In the same time in the southern hemisphere is spring :)
The sun is shining (I believe), temperature rises and everything around started the blooming race.
Including all the flying insects that were just waiting for the flowers to open.
Those were shot here last spring. It is an apple tree I think - the petals have this pink tint to it and are larger than most fruit trees around (expect quince).
And you might wanna ask why do I show spring stuff only now, since it is already fall?
'Cause I can :)
And now that winter is coming, I will most likely pull some beach summer shots.
And the majestic Carpenter bee showed up!
They are big, loud, so dark that look almost fully black and freaking gorgeous!
Enjoy the rest of the weekend!
Shot with Nikon D5500 + Sigma 105mm lens
All photos and text are my own.