Green lacewing is walking on the white background. Its body is bright green to greenish-brown, and the compound eyes are conspicuously golden. These rules apply to all other species of a lacewing. The wings are usually translucent with a slight iridescence. Some have green wing veins or a cloudy brownish wing pattern.
A macro world video footage of a green insect with transparent wings. It is in a peaceful condition slightly moving its abdomen and antennas from time to time. Golden brown eyes are suspiciously investigating the space or observing a prey.
A fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) is pecking mountain ash berries (also known as rowan berries, ashberries). A winter time scene of strong cold leaving for birds and other species of animals nearly nothing to eat.
The crown of a woody plant means its branches, leaves, and reproductive structures starting from the trunk or main stems. Here we see the crowns of fir trees in the depth of the forest from the upper angle. Old trees, untouched by a human hand, give an impression of the majesty of wildness. Density and greenness of firs’ needles allows to assume the forest is healthy and full wealthy inside.