This weekend the girls and I went up to Highmoor, a beautiful spot in the central Drakensberg. There was not too much happening apart from the mass visit of bees and bee mimics (flies) to the large patch of daisies growing there. Here are a number of images taken up there. All were with the Canon 100 f2.8 lens.
African Honey bees.
Finally one from today, a long nosed fly pollinating Plectranthus eckloni in my garden in Wembley also taken with the 100 f2.8 macro lens.