I was planning on finding some sort of interesting food that I could use for this weeks Tiny Tuesday challenge of "food". And then along came the tiniest of jumping spiders dragging his breakfast across the flower petal. How could I possibly resist? I recently brought two pots of rudbeckia (black-eyed Susans) home with plans to put them in the garden. They are pollinator magnets, especially the tiny hoverflies. And, they seem to have come with some resident wee spiders - lucky me. Not sure what type of jumper this is, but it was too tiny for me to see well even with a macro lens and a 36mm extension tube. So, since I couldn't really see what I was shooting, I'm pretty pleased with the result.
Hubs and I went for a nice long walk after lunch. And, apparently, while we were gone a bear came along and took down three feeders. One is totally destroyed but I was able to salvage the other two. Sigh. Damn bears.
I'm having some computer problems today, so ended up emailing this image to my iPad so I could post. Working on a fix so that I can properly view all of the TT113 entries on a big screen. I will announce my picks on Thursday, so stay tuned.
PS thanks so much for sending my hummer to the Pops page!