Garden Beast II by Ken Boxsell

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  • pollyh
    pollyhalmost 7 years ago


  • Thanks Carol

    – Ken Boxsell

  • amarica
    amaricaalmost 7 years ago

    You are turning out some unique photos Ken, excellent. They look like drawings, love it

  • Thanks very much for the kind words amarica. They certainly go a long way when just one of these insect macro shots may take upward of 4 hours to capture (getting the right moment). Thanks again

    – Ken Boxsell

  • LjMaxx
    LjMaxxalmost 7 years ago

    I love a good bug macro.. Its so beats weeding… Fabulous red jointed beast Ken.

  • Thanks Lj

    – Ken Boxsell

  • machandel
    machandelalmost 7 years ago

    Uh- when I see such pictures, I´m very glad that these critters usually stay small.
    The picture is great!

  • Thanks machandel

    – Ken Boxsell

  • Anne Smyth
    Anne Smythalmost 7 years ago

    What a spectacular red-footed capture – I love the energy and precision and the single-minded expression – truly wonderful

  • Thanks Anne

    – Ken Boxsell

  • Cassie Robinson
    Cassie Robinsonalmost 7 years ago

    wow, what an interesting looking bug. Fantastic colours and macro.

  • Thanks Cassie

    – Ken Boxsell

  • Paul  Henderson Smith
    Paul Henderso...almost 7 years ago

    Excellent lighting, and brilliant detail. Superb!

  • Thanks Paul

    – Ken Boxsell

  • Bonnie Comella
    Bonnie Comellaalmost 7 years ago

    Yikes!!! So glad they don’t come in my garden this size! Very awesome capture Ken!!!

  • Thanks Bonnie

    – Ken Boxsell

  • ApeArt
    ApeArtalmost 7 years ago


  • Thanks ApeArt

    – Ken Boxsell

  • Lesley Smitheringale
    Lesley Smither...almost 7 years ago

    Outstanding macro Ken, I have many of these bugs in my garden on my citrus trees. They are called Bronze Orange Bugs who suck sap from the shoots of citrus plants. Be careful around the adult bugs as they can secrete a corrosive, smelly substance and are able to squirt it at a considerable distance!

  • Thanks for the info Lesley. You are absolutely right. They really do emit a toxic smell

    – Ken Boxsell

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