Tuesday, July 29, 2008

This Has Been Bugging Me

You take a beautiful capture of a great looking flower and what shows up in the middle but a fly. This is not even a pretty fly. Can you be bugged any worse then this? These little buggers have just been showing up in the shots. At least this one adds some contrasting colors with its green head.
The last little bugger was harder to see. My neighbor is growing some beautiful Lilies that he called Gladiolas. I think I know a Lily when I see it. Click on the photo and look at the right bottom petal. You will see the pincher's of an Ear Wig. I told you these bugs were bugging me.
Here is one without the bug. I think it is a beautiful red spotted lily.
There was another dragonfly around the garden the other day. I did want to catch this one. It had the blackest color and that yellow stripe. The wings even had a special black stripe at the front wing tip. I was cutting the grass and it waited patiently until I was done. I had to work hard for this close-up but it was worth it. It kept saying I was too close and flying away. I did get this capture, check out this beauty.
That's the end of what's been bugging me.


kjpweb said...

LOL - that's what insects do!
Shush it away and shoot again!
Nature (fortunately) doesn't play to our rules - so relax and enjoy - as you did with the beautiful Widow Dragonfly!
Cheers, Klaus

Anonymous said...

I have the same problem! I guess if we're gonna get nature, we have to get it all.

raccoonlover1963/Lisa Myers said...

Most of my flower pics have flies or some kind of insect in them. Can't get away from it.

Carletta said...

These are really nice images Fishing Guy - bugs or not!

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Anonymous said...

excellent, just how many beautiful photos here, this is really done with a lot of effort. I want to you all the best

KOSTAS said...

Marvellous the subjects, beautiful the colours, splendid post!

Oman said...

Well with or without the bugs i think that you capture the essence of the subjects perfectly. I am just lost for words 'coz i can feel that you enjoy taking these photos so much and that the joy of your capture showed greatly in this. have a nice day.

Fish Whisperer said...

Bug or no bug, they images are great. Love the color of the first lily.

Michele said...

Regardless of the bug, you did an awesome job... LOL... very nice shots. Pretty and colorful.
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Pappy said...

If it's not a fly, it's some kid running into the viewfinder just about the time you are ready to get a great photo. Pappy

judi/Gmj said...

Wow! you are soooo buggy! Love the dragonfly, and the lily... you are right not a glad.

Leora said...

That's some lovely bugs you have. Oh, and the flowers are pretty, too.

Jack and Joann said...

Into every little photo a bug must appear to sing a little song:

Fishing Guy,
Fishing Guy,
Look at me
I'm alive.

Don't fret.
I'll be your pet.
Butterfy net.
No, not yet.

Fishing Guy,
Fishing Guy,
Look at me
I'm alive.

Anonymous said...

You really have some nice photos here. I like the dragonfly especially.

Abraham Lincoln
—Brookville Daily Photo

Shionge said...

Oh gosh I think I just fell in love with the flowers & the insects even though they freak me out ;)

Gina said...

Oh you did make me laugh.. calling them little buggers! Some great shots regardless and the dragonfly pic is amazing..the detail is wonderful..you did well!! :D

Anonymous said...

I just wish I had a camera good enough to see the little bugs like you do!! Neat pictures.

Anonymous said...

I just wish I had a camera good enough to see the little bugs like you do!! Neat pictures.

Warren Baker said...

Nice shots Fishing guy. Do you know how many species of dragon fly live in your state ?

abb said...

That is most definitely NOT a gladiolas. Lily, yes, gladiolas no.

Your photos are wonderful, bugs and all.

Lapa37 said...

Beautiful flowers and the dragon fly is amazing. It really is pretty with the black and yellow.