Sunday, August 2, 2009

Bugs and Blooms

Today’s flowers are really yesterday’s flowers. These were shot in Essex and Ipswich Massachusetts yesterday. These represent a nice assortment of bugs and blooms.

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©2009 ShootingMyUniverse

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19 comments:

Digital Flower Pictures said...

great pictures. there sure are a lot of bugs around this year.

♥ Kathy♥ said...

Now those are really great shots. Is that a wasp or hornet/ Never could tell the two apart. Hope you didn't get stung while taking the photos. =)

Tammie Lee said...

Steve, these are wonderful, the first two really stunning!

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Whitemist said...

The xerces society is looking for different kind of bumble bees, I know it is a strange request, but if you see any, can you take a picture?
By the way I am almost finished with the painting (finally got to it, I mean!).

Denise said...

Hi Steve, fantastic close-ups of both flowers and visitors. Thanks so much for sharing them. Have a great week.

madcobug said...

That wasp picture so good. Of course all of them are good but that one stands out from the others. Helen

Jenny said...

Great to see your bug photos are just as stunning as your bird ones Steve! (-: I love that dragonfly....similar to our Black tailed Skimmer.

Janie said...

Awesome bug shots!
Thanks so much for identifying the hawk on my post.

Pat - Arkansas said...

Mmmmm,mmmmm, mmmmm! Love your photos! Fantastic! Thanks for sharing.

Chris Petrak said...

WOW!!

Marju said...

Really beautiful photos!!

SandyCarlson said...

Yesterday was a very good day for you, the flowers, the bees, the camera!

i beati said...

Truly amazing I see it better here than in the wild Sandy

Roy said...

A very nice assortment of images Steve. Thanks for posting them.

Regina said...

Awesome and amazing!

Grace Olsson said...

Steve, excellent macro shot..congrats, dear
have a nice week
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SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Stunning Steve!! Especially the dragonfly. Love the long-horned beetle too.

Eve said...

Great critters Steve!

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

The last one is such a cutie

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