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I spotted this little fella, more commonly known as a fork nosed grasshopper, perched atop a cistus flower. They are usually found in long grass, but I think this one was on the look-out for a mate, so wanted a better view of its surroundings
An amazing creature, brilliantly caught!
Great capture Carol
Love #3, seems like staying watch out world, here I come............
Three wonderful captures Carol
Splendid images Carol, he's lovely
A wonderfully interesting creature, beautifully photographed. I think image one is the stronger. The contrasting colours working very well Carol.
Quote: A wonderfully interesting creature, beautifully photographed. I think image one is the stronger. The contrasting colours working very well Carol.
--- Nathan said (wrote) it , and i agree completely! - Excellent images , once again , Carol. --- Jukka.
Well spotted and 3 super images.
A very strange critter beautifully photographed.
A truely handsome lad
Hope he found what he was looking for
Fantastic and beautiful set of images,Carol,very well done,
An interesting subject, beautifully captured, Carol.
Super images Carol,
I can imagine why he or she chose to show himself off against the flower as you would hardly spot him in the grass. Well spotted and captured.
A great looking critter Carol, a great spot and capture
I think it was waiting for you, Carol.
Top job as always.
A beautiful insect Carol and great images.
This critter looks like a prototype for an aeroplane!
Wonderful images Carol.
Three brilliant captures Carol. V1 is really spectacular.
well spotted and captured V1 for me today
Three excellent captures Carol!
Three superb shots of this unusual creature, Carol.
Lovely capture Carol.
Wonderful pictures. You must have eyes like a hawk Carol. Well done.
How amazing, I have never seen one of these before ...you have a knack of finding amazing creatures Carol...well captured set
Interesting shots here Carol.
Very unusual too.
A fine set.
So aptly named. I wonder how they manage such a snozzle.
You must have 20/20 vision to spot this creature. He looks just like a little stick. 3 very good and amazing images Carol.
Excellent set of images Carol..Lin
really wonderful shots of this very peculiar critter
Three cracking shots Carol, if these were in long grass you wouldn't be able to see them, they would be well camouflaged
I thought it was some sort of stick insect! Three cracking images, Carol, I'd have assumed it was a bit of a twig if I'd have spotted it!
This tiny grasshopper resembles a miniature crocodile & a miniature bird.My selection is V3. How well these creatures co-operate with you , Carol! This co-operation is a gift for your dedication. - Raja.
AMAZING photography Carol, magnificent
Top Work !
A challenging macro work.
had though it was a stick insect!
Superb captures, details and light in all of your images, Carol!
An amazing little critter beautifully captured, Carol.
What an interesting creature -- nicely captured, Carol.
Much as I love the flower, V3 is my favourite.
Brilliant macro work.
A great looking thing
Well spotted ! I did photograph one of these - they are so well camouflaged and just look like grass !
How interesting Carol! I have never seen one of those they are trully cute with that long head!
Three very good images... IB
You certainly have good eyes Carol . Looks almost like a stick when resting on the branch . A fine capture indeed xx
What a wierd and wonderful looking minibeast Carol, top quality macrowork as always
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