I have no idea what the bug is but it seemed quite harmless and made a good photo subject!
An interesting bug (critter) on the wall of our entertainment area last week
On Wednesday I posted about the Malachite Sunbird male in eclipse breeding plumage. Going through my archives of last month, I came across the same male still in full breeding plumage.
Malachite Sunbird (Male) in breeding plumage - this photo was taken during February
On Friday I posted a sunbird against our beautiful blue South African skies. My friend, Margaret, (Birding for pleasure) which sunbird it is. Here it is, Margaret!
Malachite Sunbird (Female)
Another common visitor to our garden is the thrush. I captured one drinking water from our hose pipe.
Karoo Thrush (having just drunk from our hosepipe which is visible in the bottom right corner)
The cutest critters (said with love!) are our three grandchildren who live next door to us. The two oldest, Joel and Abby often ring the bell at the gate and Grant opens for them. However, I haven't seen the littlest Hedges since last Sunday afternoon. But his mum sent me photos of his first real smile.
Liam Hedges, nine weeks old
Isn't he just the cutest?
I'm linking my post to Saturday Critters with Eileen here
I hope you're all having the best Saturday ever!