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This elongated shield bug was unsuccessfully trying to get out of the empty pool, I think he must have been in there for a few days, as a spider had left a few strands of web on his antennae
A lucky survivor Carol dont the spiders eat them.Great shot.
Great set but V2 has it by a long way...
Lovely shots again Carol, an amazing looking creature.
Very nice and I forgive you for calling me Phil!
Your critters certainly know where to go to get rescued.
Out of these two fine macro shots I prefer the study in profile.
Some very photogenic aliens in your garden Carol !!
brilliant detail wonderful colours and light carol v2 for me today a cracker nice one
the detail really is superb....
and as for the webs .....amazing
Two Fantastic and lovely images.Carol,very well done,
2 super macro's Carol,
Two amazing images Carol, superb details
Like the inclusion of cobwebs in V1 Carol
two good images
Now Carol, I have a shot of one like this one, you seem to get a bigger colour range than here, good detail and light like it well done, regards Leon.
Both stunning images but the detail in v1 does it for me
Wonderful detail, especially those webs
Another rescuee, so very well captured in close-up, the detail excellent right down to his web entangled antennae.
Two superb macro images Carol.
V2 has the slight edge today but only just.
both stunning but i love the eye in v2 !!
Two excellent photos Carol - I like both as they combine to give the full picture of this quite beautiful bug !
Great shots, Carol - just hope these critters appreciate you!
Christmas has finished but you are still producing the crackers
More marvels for the eye Carol.
view 1 is my favourite. Sylvia
Two beauties Carol but V2 for me, glad to see you have resumed your lifeguard duties.
Lol...I like the spider web bit
Beautiful captures of this pretty shield bug, Carol. He's quite the poser, isn't he? Especially in V2!
Excellent as always Carol Both good, but I do like the side-view in v2, the eye contact with the camera and being able to clearly see that long sucker part it tucks under its belly until ready to pierce some unsuspecting leaf.
How rude of the spider to spin webs on his antennae............ every man for himself
Great pair Carol!
Doesn't pay to lie still with your creatures around...he must have been sound asleep!
Stunning close up captures Carol, great colours super detail, very well done. Jeff
Another set of excellent shots
Two little beauties Carol with dam good detail.
Absolutely super, Carol! Two cracking shots, but if I'd to choose, V2's my fave...
Beauitful work nice set--------Milky
Can't understand why the pool is empty at this time of year Carol!
Lovely detail and colours.
Great set, V2 has it for me
Both top notch shots Carol, but we expect them from you now, and you never let us down
!!...Carol to the rescue again !!....fine shot !!
excellant Carol - no 2 for me.
Well done you - the proverbial good samaritan
Gryt cloud and only +3 C today
Both very good, but v2 is excellent Carol - love the diagonal pose.
Agree with Ann above the side on composition of V2 does it for me.Both great macro shots as always.
Well rescued and photographed.
Both excellent shots Carol - v1 gets my vote
I hope these guys appreciate what you do for them.
I like the bulbous ends of the antenna on this one Carol.
great set of images, loved both of them.. as usual fantastic..
Quote: Two excellent photos Carol - I like both as they combine to give the full picture of this quite beautiful bug !
I agree, that is, up to the quite beautiful part Carol!
I think the spider was perhaps trying to pull him out but lacked your skill and expertise to rescue him properly! A fine pair of shots indeed
V2 for me today Carol love the eye
DELIGHTFUL capture... Love the little web as well. IB
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