Then, high on the cliffs above Brown's Bay, 4 kilometres from the highway as the crow flies, I stopped at another daisy patch. Not a speck of dust in sight, even though the road (not frequently travelled, but still) was gravel and bare dirt.
|Daisies and unidentified fly. As shot; no cleanup needed. No dust.|
|Daisy with syrphid fly.|
|Cropped from previous photo. I think that fly is transparent: I can see the individual florets of the daisy in the "yellow" stripes on the fly's abdomen. Again, no touch-ups needed.|
|One daisy, many buds. And another syrphid fly.|