Still There - _TNY_6504S2
Going to work one evening (I work nights) I saw this four-banded longhorn (Leptura quadrifasciata) which had parked for the night on an ox-eye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) on the lawn. Even though I was a little late, I just had to run and get the camera and snap a few shots.
To not be more late than I needed I put the camera in the car instead of returning it inside, so when I got back in the morning I still had the camera with me.
This proved quite fortunate as the beetle was still on the same flower - only now covered in dew drops!
Since it was sleeping I could mess around a bit and ended up with this two shot focus stack at 1.8:1 magnification where the inside of the yellow flower is showing through the water drops!
This species is between 11 and 20 mm in length, but this one was probably a male as it was closer to the minimum size.