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I spotted another acrida ungarica this week, not a brown one this time but a rather pleasing green.
lovely close up, well done
brilliant detail carol wonderful colours and light v1 for me today a cracker nice one
Two super images Carol, great detail in both,
A great but very strange capture.
A fascinating insect beautifully posed and captured. Many of us mere mortals would have failed to recognise this as being a living creature...
Looks very hoity-toity!
Quote: A fascinating insect beautifully posed and captured. Many of us mere mortals would have failed to recognise this as being a living creature...
Amazing photography Carol
A very interesting looking insect Carol, superb detail
Brilliant images Carol. It looks huge.
V1 particularly strong, for the way it seems to be exploring the confines of the frame.
In the right vegetation, this specimen would be completely camouflaged and I guess might even escape your eagle eye, Carol.
Marvellous shots, again the detail quite immaculate: as I have said before, that Lumix in your hands really delivers the goods.
You really show as interesting wildlife
a fine start to the week with these Carol as Ronnie say you must be eagle eyed
Happy New Week
I have seen them but its too diff to get so perfect.
Perfectly captured Carol. Your work is consistently of the highest order. A
Perfectly sharp work.
Another cute little critter lumbered with a silly name.....
Great images of a very strange creature.
Superb capture of a fascinating critter, Carol. Ronnie's comments above express it better than I ever could.
We have glorious sunshine today (20C expected) after yesterday's cold & rain in the South.
Two stunners of this lovely. I have never seen one in Spain. I wonder if they are particular to your neck of the Med?
Strange and fascinating creatures you produce for us to see. Excellent pictures of this one Carol.
Two superb close-ups, Carol.
Looks like an acrobat practising on the parallel bars!
Great macros Carol.
An unbelievable creauture ! - Very beautiful compositions in both (super) images ! - Excellent (of course) , Carol! --- Jukka.
He looks like a big boy......another of nature's fascinating creations.
You must be very in tune with everything all creatures do and sound like. To be able to find them and capture them so well. Your knowledge of where they hang out etc. Excellent detail in these Carol.
Don't think I'd have spotted this chap, he blends in so well with his background! Two cracking shots, Carol, and go for V2 as my fave, with all his body in front of the twig
Two stunning macros, Carol - how big are these creatures?
What a amazeing looking critter Carol, 2 excellent captures, really like these
Stunning photography Carol
Two cracking close ups Carol, i can imagine this fellow been well camouflaged i don't know how you spot half of the insects you get
Great shots Carol - that's a dangerous looking critter.
Two super images
That's one posh grasshopper you captured with your little camera, Carol...!!!
Beautifully accomplished, I must say. It does look like it was a patient specimen, posing like that.
Carol's Book of Bugs must be well on the way, now
fantastic camouflage, really well spotted or striped!
Two wonderful close ups of this wierd looking critter Carol, up to your usual consistently high standards
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