Wednesday, 30 September 2009

John at Work.

John's been busy at work (with the camera,that is) collecting all manner of flies etc.
I'm surprised how attractive some caterpillars are.








18 comments:

  1. I love the first two Moths. You have a great job John! Great images again.

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  2. John ..I really do not know how you find them all. Brilliant shots as usual. That is a nice camera you have got.

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  3. Hi John great shots as always I will to come up for some lessons

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  4. Beautiful set again, but the Twenty Plume Moth is a stunner.

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  5. Infinite variety in infinite forms. Always something interesting to catch the eye and to investigate more closely.

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  6. Great to be back after 3 weeks of break (no internet connection).
    Yet another fantastic collection. Love the first moth with the fan like wings. Well done.

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  7. Look at the cool mask image on the thorax of the sawfly! Gorgeous, each and every one.

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  8. Love that yellow caterpillar -- beautiful!

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  9. What in the world kind of moths/flies are those first two? I've never seen anything like that. Their wings are like feathers a little. Love the caterpillars...very cool.

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  10. I can't say I could identify any of those creatures but the images are great! Glad I found your blog.

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  11. Excellent set of images, John/Sue.

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  12. Whoa! Love those caterpillar shots John. Great post!!

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  13. I love the caterpillar shots!

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  14. Beautiful photos! the Twenty Plume Moth reminds me very much of an old fashioned ladies fan.

    Some of those caterpillars are really very pretty. Great stuff!

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  15. BOnjour et bien superbe cette panoplie de bestioles.
    Belles photos
    Aimons cette nature

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  16. Thank you for all your great comments,it's funny to think that after all these years on this Planet my eyes are now fully opened.
    John.

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