I initially thought this was a mosquito pollenating a very, very tiny wildflower. I found out only this past year that mosquitos are beneficial pollenators, in addition to the females biting people and animals relentlessly for protein before laying their eggs. As it turns out, it's a bee fly.
Shot with my home brew macro lens on my iPhone 4S
Lat: 32.58, Long: -96.31
Spotted on May 5, 2012
Submitted on May 6, 2012