I almost didn´t dare looking atb the photos when reading the warning :-) :-) :-)Great photos!Have a great day now!Christer.
I have another friend who gets great pics of dragon flies, but I juts see them flying. Well done.
Christer, the photos were taken over the past couple of weeks out in the garden and flowers in our yard. The lady bugs and dragonflies are so interesting to watch, even in their not-so-private moments. Thanks for the comment :-)Hi AC, glad you had a great time at the cottage with the A-team visiting. Dragonflies are so interesting and I also "see" more than I take photos of - they do move so fast.
naughty, naughty... not the bugs... YOU! Tsk, tsk!
Hey, you were in their "room" make a little space will ya!
Hey Possum, the bugs were just doing what comes naturally and forgot to close the shades :-)Hi Ann, yes I was in their space and they had lots of room - the whole back yard! Thanks for the visit.
LOL... in every photographer there is a voyeur! Some of it wish to hide it and some of us embrace it. What better place for nature to take its course than... in nature! LOL! Great shots, all of them!
Yes Krista, those of us with camera in hand are voyeurs of the world - isn't it great! And there is no better place than nature to see it all as you well know through your photos too. Thanks for the visit and comments.
Haaha. That is too funny. You don't miss anything, do you?
It's the little things, Patty, that can be the most interesting!
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