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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Escape Me Too


The girl with the short hair and boots had my attention on this road.
She was frolicking around like my daughter use to do years ago on every camping trip.
I liked the combination of the black rubber boots, the striped dress, and that she escaped from her four younger brothers who kept following her around.
She escaped...


Unlike a fly on a rock that can go anywhere with no one to answer to.
Unless the flyswatter appears.


Or a bee on flowers soaking up all the pollen possible in their pudgy hairy legs.
This hair helps collect the pollen.
I believe this is a Italian breed of honey bee.


A wasp have the bubbly waters attracting them to strike a pose for me.

You always get what you need when out with a camera.
Sometimes you don't know what until you get home, weeks later.
Being the procrastinator that I have become for some unknown reasons.






13 comments:

Sandra said...

you found a nice number of little critters, that last show is beauitiful. love the green bubbles.

TexWisGirl said...

i really like that wasp shot. so very cool. :)

TexWisGirl said...

(and i do very much like that little short-haired girl).

Ellie said...

You got some lovely shots here - I love the one of the little girl and also the last shot of the bee in the bubbles - that looks amazing.

Dianne ... Walking In His Grace said...

Oh these are all great shots Janie. The wasp in bubbles is a cool shot, but I love the little honey bee hard at work, and I really like the composition of the little girl in the black boots frolicking about. I can see you are really having fun with your macro lens.
I so enjoy your photography. You always make me smile. Thank you for all you share. It is always a delight when I make my way over here.
Happy May to you Janie.
Dianne :)

Diana Cooper said...

Wow! Wonderful close-up shots!

Betty Manousos said...

great series of little critters.


your macro shots are absolutely gorgeous! i really like that wasp shot.

hope you have a great weekend!

lisa. said...

Jane, what fantastic macros these are, but that first image for some reason just has my heart.
Beautifully seen and captured!

PKB said...

Such beautiful, detailed work my dear friend!

Breathtaking said...

Love the bee and the wasp shots,
so unusual.

Chatty Crone said...

You will probably get a lot of pictures of critters this year! No winter makes big bugs! You got some good shots. Sandie

Words Of Deliciousness said...

I love all your pictures. It seems they are always full of great colors.

psychelyn said...

I like how you narrate through pictures. It never looked like done just for the sake of doing.

That picture of wasp on bubbles is a WOW. I like macro shots very much.