As long as they weren't IN it, it was nice. ;-)I found a couple very tiny wasp nests when I was pruning the crepe myrtle the other day. I wondered about their attraction to it, and now I know why. :-)Happy Monday, Gail!
That's amazing isn't it.
WOW ! that is amazing. They will make there nest about any where.
I find wasps' nests in the strangest places. They really are making the most of their environment. Awesome find and photo! :)
If you hadn't stated what that was exactly I would have been wondering about it all day. Neat pic!
Thats weird but anazing ! Have a good day !
Hi Gail. I'm sorry I've been absent lately. How amazing that nature has found a way to re-use mans discarded possessions. Wonderful.
You know if I didn't hate the stinking wasp, I could really be impressed. Well I am but I am so adamantly "in hate" with wasps of anykind that it clouds my ability to be appreciative of their clever natures. but your photo is cool. The Olde Bagg, Linda
They are real recyclers now aren't they and don't even try to get near their junk :)Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow
That is the most interesting thing to look at. Pretty darned cool.=)
What an interesting photo! I couldn't quite make out what it was. Thanks for sharing this. I'm your neighbor to the north (MO) and it's snowing here. I guess it's to be expected since it's winter...but I could live without it! Have a good day,Cheryl
Cool and proves that a wasp or hornet will build a nest anywhere!
thats pretty cool
Oh wow! That is fabulous! Would have made the most interesting Sunday Stills photo this past week "W"!~Lisa
Yes! I say "wow" too! :)
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