Echidna Media Organization project S.N.A.L. (emo_snal) wrote,
Echidna Media Organization project S.N.A.L.


Just commandeered my dear mum's laptop for a bit and uploaded the backlog of pictures that have accrued over the past two months or so.


The above link should send you to the "last" page, that way you can see them in order. They feature such exciting adventures as: (1) the withdrawal from Bee Yard G; (2) an AT-AT battling a giant Xylocopa californica; (3) a devil beast that can explode souls with its hideous stare; (4) Moving in to Bee Yard H; (5) a daredevil bee showing off by flying straight up; (6) some plants; (8) someone else's abandoned apiary; (7) various bugs, including a praying mantis, assassin bug, potato bug, and ladybugs; (8) ridiculous shenanigans at work, possibly involving a cardboard spacecraft; (9) cannon training on the schooner Spirit of Dana Point; (10) the second attempt to reach the bees after the big rain storm (the first time we were stopped by a barricade manned by police-- this time we parked by the barricade and went in on foot -- storm damage seen on this adventure; (11) storm damage in various places including massive amounts of debris washed up on the beach; (12) the final successful attempt to get to the beeyard; (13) and other stuff besides!!

Pictured above, the storm eroded the embankment such that the six foot cliff gobbled up where we used to drive and came within three feet of the corner hive!

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