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Strange visitors in the garden









88 comments:

  1. Very nicely captured set of images.

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  2. Strange insect indeed! Wonderful photos--all of them.

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  3. Wow, that's rather curious (and pretty!) insect in that last shot!

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  4. they are so tiny and curious. You've see them very good.

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  5. That last one has been on my lemon tree! So colorful!

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  6. BUGS AHOY!!!!

    Love your pictures today :)

    Purrs Basil xox

    P.S. It's Parsley's birthday today and we're having a give-away if mew'd like to join in the fun!

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  7. Sue your photos really show the beauty of insects in the garden! What wonderful and colorful marvels they are! Thanks for hosting!

    Pat

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  8. It really was a strange visitor! Great photos!

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  9. Stopping by to say hi, that is one weird bug you have photos of, great closeup too! You take wonderful photos!!
    Thanks for hosting this week, I will be back once my WW is published. Hope you have a great week!
    Karren

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  10. I love your bug photos! Thanks for always hosting a great hop.

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  11. Cute or strange - a matter of perspective. Great macros!
    Thanks for hosting, have a nice week

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  12. Not a big fan of bugs but love butterflies!

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  13. Love the yellow & White insect on the yellow & white flower - great shot!!

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  14. All God's creatures have a beauty all their own.

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  15. beautiful captures and all these creatures are with beautiful designs...

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  16. Oh I'll gladly link up. I have a few pics I can write a post. In the meantime feel free to link at The Link The Linky Party.
    Also The Fabulous Fall Party. Thanks for the invite. I had not found your fun party!
    I'll be back soon!

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  17. Creepy cool captures, especially the last! The bug's markings are quite marvelous.

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  18. I like all your images but the firs tone caught my attention. Not sure what he is. That is what I call a strange visitor.

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  19. Your last bug on the blossom is really a beauty!

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  20. beautiful insect shots, sue :-)
    happy week

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  21. great images, especially the one on the spikey flower. But a bit too close to bugs for me! Have a great week.

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  22. Visitors of myriad hues and shapes captured beautifully!

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  23. The grasshopper wouldn't last long in our yard ! the cats love them ! Beautiful pictures !

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  24. All lovely, but it's the third and last photos that are my favorites.

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  25. The strange visitors are beautifully photographed by you :)

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  26. Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog. I love the last image of the beautifully maked critter. I have linked up today.

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  27. Very cool shots. You had lots of fun visitors.

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  28. You take such great pictures! Love them

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  29. A beautiful insects in your garden, I love them.

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  30. Fun and beautiful bugs, the last one is fabulous!
    kind regards :)

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  31. Wonderful little creatures! Nicely captured!

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  32. Hi! Your macro photos are very impressive. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. Great shots ! My absolute favorite is the last, the colors are unique !
    It' s a plesure for me to link up here. Thank you for your lovely comment and visiting my blog.
    Have a nice week

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  34. Beautiful photos! Thanks for hosting. Have a terrific week.

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  35. I don't think I've ever seen any of those wee creatures... well certainly not up close and personal like that ;D

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  36. Hello Sue,

    great fotos - I like the visitors in the garden :)

    Happy ww, Marie

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  37. Wow the details are so amazing!!

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  38. Hi Y'all!

    Oh that last bug is so very, very beautiful!

    Y'all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  39. Wow! Those last two macro shots are spectacular!

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  40. NOT a bug fan but love the use of the macro on that last shot! Very nice!

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  41. There are so many interesting insects that we don't even notice! Great shots.

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  42. Amazing macros! Thanks very much for your comment - I linked my post:-)

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  43. Beautiful close up shots Sue :)

    Thanks for hosting..

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  44. Beautiful as always Sue, love the insect balanced on the white 'dandelion clock' as we call them here. So much detail!

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  45. Thank you so much for the invite to join your link up party :) Gladly joining in, I love photography too...Your garden's visitors are certainly very unique! Nicely captured :) Best wishes for wonderful Wednesday!

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  46. Your shots are simply beautiful. Blessings!

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  47. Incredible bugs. Some amazing colours there.

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  48. Amazing photos! It's so much fun to look closely in the garden and see all the wondrous little creatures that come to visit.

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  49. It looks like an alien invasion!

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  50. Those are some beautiful photos. I love the close-ups.

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  51. Stunning captures! I love the detail. Macro nature photography is one of my favourite things. - Tasha

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  52. Amazing photos. What kind of a lens do you use? I can't get good macros of my jewelry, and you're doing these! I'm happy for ya.

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  53. Amazing creatures! Nice to look at but not when they are crawling on me!

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  54. Thank you for the kind words on my post! - Tasha

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  55. Quite a bugfest going on in your garden!

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  56. INDEED! I saw the one in your last photo in my garden last year. It was actually quite beautiful. The pattern on its body was so perfect, it almost did not look real.

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  57. Well, to each there own. Me, I'm allergic to small insect bites so much that they drive me nuts. I HATE BUGS TOO PIECES! Nice colors though.... hehehe thanks for stopping by. You're the greatest!

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  58. you find the coolest looking insects, bug, whatever in your garden!

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  59. They may be strange visitors but very pretty ones for insects!

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  60. Awesome pictures, the last one is my favorite. I love finding crazy critters to photograph :)

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  61. I enjoyed your blooms and their visitors. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  62. Hello Sue, thank you for linking up your cool insect macro shots and post. Have a happy weekend!

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  63. Lovely indeed!Greetings from Dubai and will be back soon. Have a great weekend!

    Shantana

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  64. Insects are amazing! Thanks for seeing and photographing and sharing all these in your garden.

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  65. Fantastic captures of the Nature.... I like it!

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  66. Love these images, there are several insects that I have never seen before. Even though I am not a fan of bugs, they are so uniquely made and beautiful in their own right.

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  67. I love bugs with bright colours! Fabulous captures.

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  68. What a smart splodgy bug! Love him, what is he (or she) ? :)

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  69. Delightful shots!
    Thank you for taking part in Floral Friday Fotos, I look forward to your next contribution.

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