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Chrysoteuchia culmella

By Ade_Osman    
Chrysoteuchia culmella sometimes known as a Grass Veneer Moth!

Apologies for not being around to comment etc, this is due to my mental health going pear shaped again I'm afraid, bi-polar disorder/PTSD caused by the brain injuries in the accident I had years ago. Things are in hand and under control and I have the Crisis Team from the local NHS Trust watching over me like a hawk and I've several appointments with the Clinical Psychologist to attend over the next week. I'm still about and putting my head through the door occasionally, but I'm sure you'll understand why it is I'm a little on the quiet side and will be for the foreseeable next few weeks. However, I did want to just come in and wish a Happy Xmas and a successful New Year to everyone whose been kind enough to comment and correspond with me on EPZ over the last year. So here's hoping everyone has a peaceful and great time over the festive period, regards to all.......

Ade

P.S. For those interested, I'm still managing to run the Garden Webcams and have made arrangements for them to continue over the festive period while I'm having this wobbly spell, as usual the place to go is Ade's Hedgehog & Garden Wildlife Cams although as you might imagine because of the time of year, there isn't that much happening.

Tags: General Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Digitally manipulated Wildlife and nature Flash and lighting Chrysoteuchia culmella Grass Moth

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CarolG Plus
9 196 18 Greece
9 Dec 2012 10:05AM
My, what big eyes you have Grin. A fine capture, Ade, sorry to hear you are not in the best of health right now. Take it eas,y, do as you are told (impossible for you Wink), and hope are are soon back with us on a regular basis. Have a wonderful festive season. Carol x

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Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2012 10:08AM
He has seen you AdeWinkGrin
Merry Christmas and A happy New Year to you too!
Get well soonSmile
Diane
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
9 Dec 2012 10:09AM
Hi Ade - a lovely shot..............it looks like it's trying to hide from you, but the details you've captured are as sharp as ever! Smile

I pop into your garden regularly (if just to compare the weather!!), though the foxes call a little too late for me!

Best Wishes,
Karen
Smile
Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
9 Dec 2012 10:22AM

Quote:I pop into your garden regularly (if just to compare the weather!!), though the foxes call a little too late for me!


They were in just after 10pm last night Karen.....

Ade xSmile
SlowSong Plus
8 6.4k 29 England
9 Dec 2012 10:38AM
I do love their little faces. Sweet shot. Smile
I do wish you well Ade, and it's a difficult time of year too. I love your excellent images and look forward to seeing more as and when you feel able.
xxx
jasonrwl Plus
6 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2012 10:40AM
Nice image Ade - hope you are back to normal asap - well as normal as you are ever likely to be anyway Tongue
Jason
tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2012 10:55AM
Quality macro Ade

Thoughts are with you and yours mateSmile

If we don't catch up before hand, a very happy X-mas and prosperous New year SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile

Adrian
9 Dec 2012 11:08AM
I could use its snout as a wire brush..................great image..........GrinGrinGrinGrin
FeatherFriend 8 38 217 England
9 Dec 2012 11:28AM

Quote:Quality macro Ade

Thoughts are with you and yours mate, a very happy X-mas and prosperous New year Smile
Adrian



My thoughts too Ade, have a good one,
Geoff.
NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2012 11:28AM
As always Ade, your talent has come to fruition once again. You are indded the mother when it comes to mothering and capturing these wonderful creatures.

Regards Nathan

From PTSD sufferer to another my thoughts are with you mate, especially over the festive season.
ValSaxby Plus
11 145 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2012 11:30AM
Hope you are feeling better soon Ade - take care
TerryMcK 7 71 2 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2012 11:38AM
First class maco, as usual, Ade.

Extending my best wishes for a swift return to full health.

Terry
Herge88 Plus
9 40 4 England
9 Dec 2012 11:48AM
Great detail in this Ade, like the comp too.

Best Matt
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
9 Dec 2012 12:15PM
A top quality macro Ade, just what we've come to expect from a man of your calibre. Best wishes to you and Sue over the festive season and I hope your health starts to improve soon, take care mate, Ed
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
9 Dec 2012 1:21PM
Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Wishing you the best!
JEnnnnn
Norfolkboy 10 1 4 England
9 Dec 2012 1:23PM
Nice one , Ade.
Hope you are back on the rails soon.
Colin
Maiwand Plus
9 3 72 England
9 Dec 2012 3:21PM
Terrific shot Ade. I wish you well with a speedy return a peaceful life.
Ron
jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
9 Dec 2012 5:22PM
You make some excellent images anyway, I also wish you the best for the coming future

Peter
9 Dec 2012 5:56PM
Superb stuff Ade, but we can expect no less mate Wink
johnjo58 6 2 5 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2012 8:04PM
Another beautiful macro Ade, great work
David
MossyOak 4 22 15 England
9 Dec 2012 9:06PM
Excellent dof Ade
Richard
AnnChown Plus
6 199 1 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2012 8:26AM
Brilliant work as usual Ade. I'm sorry you're going through a bad patch and wish you well. Smile
Ann
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
10 Dec 2012 11:45PM

Quote:Excellent dof Ade
Richard


yes, how did you do it.. I have taken them many times this summer and never got them so sharp from A-Z!!
AnneWorner 8 620 43 United States
11 Dec 2012 12:02AM
We have a butterfly here in Texas called a snubnose butterfly, looking similar in the front as this moth.

Glad to hear you are getting things under control. My father and John's mother were both bi-polar. I know well the challenges you face.

Anne
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1830 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 5:51PM
A fine capture from the macro moth expert.
I know little about your condition, Ade, but do hope things improve for you soon.
I don't do Christmas, but wish you a happy holiday period.
12 Dec 2012 1:39AM
All the best Ade, hope things improve quickly and you are back uploading in the new year.

David
Mike_Smith Plus
9 314 1 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2012 9:23PM
Great image Ade. I know someone with your condition and its not nice so i hope your better soon. I have enjoyed looking at all your pictures during the last year i look forward to many more in 2013. All the best to you and your family mate
13 Dec 2012 8:56AM
Delightful close up and this fella has a sort of cheeky look about it. Hope you are better soon Ade and have a wonderful Xmas. A
ChiliMan Plus
10 135 17 Singapore
13 Dec 2012 12:18PM
He looks like a moth caught in the headlights Grin

Wonderful close-up, Ade, and I so hope your health and mood improve soon. *Fingers crossed* from 7000 miles away, man.

Andrew

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