I was in the greenhouse just before supper last night tying up some of the tomato plants when I happened to look up and saw to my surprise, a wasps nest. Needless to say, I suppose, I ran in for the camera running past Roger who was watching TV. He asked "What's wrong". I say, "There's a wasps nest in the greenhouse and I want to get a picture." He says "You're mad." When I got back a wasp had appeared and started working on it again. When I had taken it off I emailed the picture to my daughter, who, I must admit, has a terrible fear of wasps but thought she'd appreciate the beauty of the nest itself. Excuse the language, she emailed me back in bold letters saying "Are you f-----g nuts." I nearly fell of the chair with laughter as she's not one to swear much. She phones me minutes later asking me what I'm going to do about it.
There in lies the problem. Do I take it down and destroy it. Don't want to really as I don't like killing things. However, I've heard that the beasties can get very territorial and I do have to get in the green house to get the tomatoes when they ripen. I may just leave it there and see how things progress.
I took a couple of pictures with camera on the regular settings but they didn't turn out so well, then set camera on macro and got within a few inches of the nest and think I got a pretty good shot.