Hopping in

There are many many hoppers in the garden at present, and I took a little time to get to know one…….

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Rumi

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6 thoughts on “Hopping in

  1. Fantastic photographs, Enivea. You were observing the grass hopper closely but I also have the impression the grass hopper was closely observing you. Do Fred, Frank and Pixel show any interest in the hoppers in your garden?

    • Absolutely Margaret, it was a two-way interaction! It reminded me of the time in an extremely isolated section of the Northern Flinders Ranges when I found a deep rock pool/spring filled with fish, who upon noticing a visitor, all came over to observe ME!
      Fred, Frank and Pixel show no interest in the hoppers really – there’s just too many of them to bother. But sometimes Pixel does like to play with insects – she takes care not to hurt them. Click beetles….. 🙂

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