Camera Critters – Little Red Lady Bug!

One from the archives… nothing super special, but I wanted to participate today!

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Camera Critters – Bugs

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Bugs…. I’m not a huge fan of bugs in “normal” life, but when there is a camera between me and the little critter, I’m all for it! Here are a few “bugs” I found in my adventures this week.



(I wished I could have gotten closer, but physically I could not and I didn’t have a lens with me that would get me there either!)

(The butterflies & bees, were all about these flowers, I’m not sure if it is what they call a Butterfly Bush or something else!)

I am really not a fan of spiders, but hanging on a pretty flower, makes it all okay!

This photo below is a test, do you know what it is?

A just molted cicada. I found the “nymph” on the wall outside the door, and hoped that that process would last until morning. A bit later I went out to put something in the trash, and I could already see the molting had begun. I tried to take some pics outside, but it was too dark (it was 1:15am, you always watch bugs molt at 1:15 don’t you?), so I scooped it up and continued to watch inside. Did you know they live under ground for 2-5 years? The hard outer body is all dirt covered!

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Camera Critters – Bugs

Click on the button and join in on the fun of Camera Critters.

Bugs…. I’m not a huge fan of bugs in “normal” life, but when there is a camera between me and the little critter, I’m all for it! Here are a few “bugs” I found in my adventures this week.



(I wished I could have gotten closer, but physically I could not and I didn’t have a lens with me that would get me there either!)

(The butterflies & bees, were all about these flowers, I’m not sure if it is what they call a Butterfly Bush or something else!)

I am really not a fan of spiders, but hanging on a pretty flower, makes it all okay!

This photo below is a test, do you know what it is?

A just molted cicada. I found the “nymph” on the wall outside the door, and hoped that that process would last until morning. A bit later I went out to put something in the trash, and I could already see the molting had begun. I tried to take some pics outside, but it was too dark (it was 1:15am, you always watch bugs molt at 1:15 don’t you?), so I scooped it up and continued to watch inside. Did you know they live under ground for 2-5 years? The hard outer body is all dirt covered!

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