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This tiny creature, only about 4mm long (without the antenae) was seen sunning itself in a Rosa Rugosa flower at the RSPB Old Moor Reserve in South Yorkshire, England.Sony a77 with Tamron 90mm f2.8 macro lens.
Top Ten in A Little Bit of You group Bugs challenge
Top Ten in the Bugs & Animals on Flowers/Foliage in Macro group April Avatar challenge.
Top Ten in the Absolute Clarity group Green or blue insects or spiders challenge.
Top Ten in the Bug Hunt group Green Bugs challenge.
Top Ten in the Bloom and Visitor challenge, Enchanted Flowers group.
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Now he’s a cutie – such a wonderful colour combination.
Thank you Marilyn. One of the great rewards of macro photography is getting up close to cute little creatures like this!
Natures Paintbrush GroupBeautiful Work.
Amazing macro, you just don’t see all the stunning details with the naked eye.
Thanks Di. It’s fantastic the amount of detail that can be revealed in these tiny creatures.
Congratulations this image has been featured in the Beautiful North of England Group for the week commencing 24th July 2013
Thank you Barry. Great to be featured in the BNofE group.
This is a remarkable capture Mike! Beautiful work!
Thank you Keala. I like the way he’s taken the anthers from the stamens and arranged them in the bottom of the flower.
Fantastic Macro capture! I love the clarity and color in this.
Thank you Ann. I’m pleased that you like this.
26 February 2014 – 1 image per 24hrs
Thank you Ann. Pleased to have this photo featured in the Featured Men Photographers group.
Your welcome Mike.
CONGRATULATIONS – Wonderful work…
Thank you Andrea. Great to have this work featured in the Mother Nature’s Finest group.
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