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Thanks DaveA good fun shot for Snapper's
Cheers Jim, there are all sorts lurking in there, and that's just the top veggie filter, god knows what's in the main pondLike it, and the mono PP works well. I'd be a bit concerned about the wildlife in my pond if I were you!
Thanks Tim and yes it isHehe, excellent shot. Poor Harry...
B&W works, I think it might have been a bit busy in colour.
Thanks Alex, I'm sure he'll return before too long, out of one end or the otherNice couple of shots - bonsai for me for small (but tend to agree about the background).
And poor Harry... Nice shot of him though - works well in B&W, and I hope he's not too digestible!
Made me think of Captain Hook, and like in the story its going to haunt you forever, every time you pass it your going to hear that little Minion
I may have to re-name him Arnie, as it appears this week, "He'll be back"Nice idea Mr Cobra, I hope you get him back
He big enough and old enough to look after his self, he gets in the scrapes. He can get himself out of themPoor old Harry, thought you might of tried saving him
Thanks Allan and at the @LC2 tag
Thanks Graham, I have honeysuckle plants that get slaughtered ever year by Aphids Ladybirds and their Larvae love Aphids, as do Hoverfly LarvaeI just learned something new about Ladybirds! Great shots, very detailed and a good find.
Thanks Bee, I've gotten into Macro more since the lock down, ( no Zoo's, although that changing now)Wow that is stunning. This is why I love macro and close up work - it really does show the wonders of nature. It is truly ugly though
Harry by contrast is looking beautiful and summery. Is that a sprig of mint he'd holding ready for your tea?
Its amazing what you can find when you look Thanks For commenting Jim As for the yellow thing he does like to get into the thick of things at timesGreat close ups of things that we may well never notice around us (not the yellow one, of course ).
Mother nature certainly has a plan, what ever that may beI would've never known such UGLY larvae would turn into a beautiful Ladybird. Such amazing close-up details. Can't say much about Wee Harry but love his mischief every week.
Hah! it worked. I'm still not commenting on bugs though
Cheers Dave, and even uglier than the ugly duckling in that story eh?Ugly critter and it turns out to a beautiful Ladybird.
Thanks for the kind comments CliveYou're getting good at this macro stuff! They really are ugly spikey little critters. Great detail you have captured, how big are they?
As for H, it's good to see he survived his Steve Irwin replacement audition.
Thanks for all the kind comments MarkSmall: Great image of the Bonsai tree some lovely detail and texture.
Snappers Choice: Great B&W looks like Harry is in trouble!
Mother Nature: Great shots of the insects amazing detail.
Thanks HelenWonderful detail..
They aren't eating mine fast enough unfortunatelythey can eat my aphids any time
Yeah he came over "all peace and love" since tangling with the Crocamagatorreminiscent of a child of the '60s.