A wasp guarding her eggs

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A wasp guarding her eggs

Hi everyone. I hope your all doing great. Here's another shot I want to share with you all. This one is nothing like last week's shot of the robberfly eating the bee. This was a hard shot for me to get, it was taken at the top of a doorway to an old shed and I had to lean my tabletop tripod against a loose door, my big tripod wouldn't reach high enough. It was shot at 1/2 a second and with a loose door it wasn't easy. I thought it turned out ok tho. Also, if your wondering, I came out with no stings or bites LOL. Anyhow, enough complaining, here's the shot, I hope you like it, drop me a quick line and let me know what you think of it. Thank's.

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