Here’s my entry of close-up’s for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge.

Lets start with one that I could have used for last week’s subject – Autumn. The last surviving Blackberries…

…found on a visit to Long Lane Pasture on Wednesday. Also at the pasture, signs of insect activity – Galls on an Oak leaf…

…These are a mix of Silk Button Spangle Galls and Common Spangle Galls (the green blobs). They are produced by two related species of Gall Wasp and each gall houses a Wasp Larva. The Galls are chemically induced by the adult Wasp.

On our last visit to Kew Gardens I was able to get a photo of this Common Darter…

…sunning itself on a stone wall.

Back once more to the pasture and a rather pretty autumn sight…

…Not flowers, as you might think, but the fruit of the Spindle Tree ๐Ÿ™‚

Needs to have the letter K anywhere in theย word

Networker unit 465013 arriving at Denmark Hill. The Networkers entered service in the early 1990’s to replace slam door stock on the south eastern section of Network Southeast…
My Blackberry mobile phone Keypad – and there’s even a ‘K’ in the middle of the photo ๐Ÿ˜‰
Great Spotted Woodpecker…

Catch up with Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge and other entries Here.