Plague of gnats

“He sent swarms of flies among them, which devoured them. . .” Psalm 78:45 (NKJV)

The Eastern Washington prairie in autumn is beautiful for its colors and still mild weather, with alternating rain and sunshine. A less likeable fall feature is the gnats. They swarm, tiny specks of face-level (no matter how tall you are) white flies. They turn black when scrunched, as I tend to think they deserve to be, but then I’m not a bug person.

My husband was able to get photos of a couple of gnats in flight, which is apparently their primary mode of existence.

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Filed under Nature, Photos, Seasons, Weird

4 responses to “Plague of gnats

  1. We have mosquitos. Not my favourite…………

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  2. Heidi

    They like to fly straight into my eyes.

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    • With me their trajectory is nose and face in general–I wear glasses and “blast shields,” sunglasses that fit over my glasses. The bitty bugs zip around my face and they make me nuts.

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