Drinking from radish flowers.
On asparagus fern flowers.
Dwarf variety "Small Shining Light." Not supposed to be quite this dwarf, though! They apparently don't like only being hand-watered with buckets of shower warm-up water. I picked a handful of them. They were fully ripe inside with a few mature seeds each.
They really like the dwarf melon flowers. Perhaps because there's much less competition from carpenter bees than in the squash blossoms.
A small one.
Attracted to the flowering bean plants.
Very interested in the dead end of this branch.
I found a Northern Pacific Rattlesnake outside its den today. It immediate gave me the business, most likely because it was going into shed (note the white eyes) and slithered into its den.
Then lo and behold, there was another rattler (smaller, with a light brown complexion) that had been resting just underneath it! It too soon slithered into the den. Sweet.