Scorpion Master

Lately I’ve had a scorpion problem around the house. The home has been sprayed recently, that keeps most everything at bay but these scorpions are little bastards! Yesterday I hit the hardware store to purchase a black light to go spotting for the damn things at night.

Last night I did a long, slow sweep of the property indoors and out and am pleased to have found not one scorpion crawling about. Apparently the bug spray is still working! I’ll have another sweep tonight. I busted out the Tamron 60mm lens last night and this morning for some closeups of the flashlight, or torch depending on where you live!

Categories:Black & White Photos, Home, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Valley, Mojave Desert, My Back Yard, Nevada, Nikon, Photography, Tamron, Thoughts, Vegas Locals

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4 replies

  1. Careful; nasty and dangerous critters!

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    • Heck yes they are! My exe’s son was stung twice in the bathroom drying off from a shower. Had to take him to the ER as his tongue was swelling up and speech was slurred. Nasty critter!

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  2. Fortunately no scorpions or snakes in Holland. Life in the desert! Watch out for rattlers!!

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