On February 15, 2012 members and guests of the four San Saba County Extension Educational Clubs convened at Rylander Memorial Library for a special presentation of photo slides taken by Mr. Terry Fischer. Mr. Fischer’s extraordinary photography features the subtle, often overlooked beauty that surrounds us. His photos illustrate in minute detail the color and features of the tiniest of insects and flowers that abound in our yards and pastures. The slides included a robber fly feeding upon a bumblebee, a rare red moth on a firewheel flower, the various colors found on a blowfly, a jumping spider with a red aphid, a praying mantis feeding upon a grasshopper, and many other fascinating slides. In addition, Mr. Fischer provided fascinating details and tidbits of information about his observations of his subjects such as how a spider eats its prey and how to know a juvenile cardinal from an adult.Attendees enjoyed the slide show and expressed interest in seeing more of Mr. Fischer’s slides in the future. Attendees enjoyed refreshments and broke into individual club meetings after the presentation.