f/11 | 1/30 | iso 400 | Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro
Okay, so I have to say that I have never seen anything like this guy…really cool but at the same time kinda creepy. Rather reminds me of a spider to tell you the truth! Anyone know what this is, would love to know.
And now for the surprise visitor:
f/5.6 | 1/100 | iso 250 | Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro
Just shortly after I took the first image this little fella decided to go shopping so of course, I stuck around!
Hope you all had a great week, here’s to an even better weekend. 🙂
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David, These may be your best photos yet! But not as pretty as the four on my bedroom wall. From guess who —-
Wow, thank you for stopping by and commenting Mom!! I think the 4 images on your wall beat these any day. 🙂
Great captures! The bee one is amazing.
Thank you for visiting and of course, for the comment! I was absolutely thrilled when the bee decided to be the star, it was just the perfect timing. 😀
Lovely composition. Borage is edible too, if you care to after all the caterpillar comments…
I have had the pleasure of eating a caterpillar (lived in Africa, we gave up wanting to know what we were eating). 🙂
I grow Borage! I love to photograph it in the morning, the stems are delightfully fuzzy and catch the light.
Yep I agree Melanie.. I used to grow Borage too 🙂
Thanks for stopping by Helen. 🙂
It’s really an interesting flower, I bet it would look wonderful in the early morning light with dew…perhaps I’ll have to make an outing out of that idea…hhmmm….
I have to agree: kind of creepy and spider-like! But beautiful photos! 🙂
Thank you for the comment.
Awesome photos, David! That flower is definitely interesting. The way the first image was composed reminds me a a hairy caterpillar too. Very well done.
I can totally see a caterpillar!! Thanks for dropping by Gracie. 🙂
Great photo. The flower is borage. The blossom is sometimes candied and used for decoration.
Awesome, thank you so much for the info! Had no idea about the candied part (especially since I had no idea what it was called). 🙂 Thanks for the comment and visit.
Thank you very much Mona, your comment is greatly appreciated and am really glad you like it! 🙂
Beautiful image. Such an amazing flower and well captured 🙂
Thank you so very much Andrew…now if only we could identify it eh!
Wow…the blues & purples are so inviting, but there is definitely something sinister underneath with the shape…like it can easily turn into something with lots of claws.
I can already see the claws hanging about behind the flower! 🙂 Great to see you around Brandon, hope all is going well.