EWW bugs! HEHEHE at least it's an exoskeleton instead of the live bug ;o)
I love your shots.
these are awesome! i remember collecting these things with my big brother when i was little. i can't seem to find too many of them now, tho. hope you have a happy day today!
LOL... sure is!
nice shots!! my dogs love to crunch the ectoskeletons (and catch the green, live buzzers, too). :)
Beautiful visual imagery of the shells of these lovely creature i remember from childhood growing up in the South...also i feel Mike in them, Ms. A, i feel all of us who are suffering, becoming emptied out of all we hoped for, all we thought we were, all we once felt we had control over in our lives only to discover some helplessness inside that leaves us feeling empty...please forgive my reading so much into these, but it is how they make me feel...however, having shed this husk, a new freshness in life is gained. Mike, you, and yours ever in my heart. love, chana
I love these shots, we found one exactly like this in our garden recently-but do not know what creature left it behind-
So glad to see you, and the photo's.Great shots!xoxo
i love your photos. great dof, too.big hugs!
Such a beautiful and strange looking being Ms A, really incredible photos, thanks for sharing with us!
Great photos! Is this from a cicada? That's my supposition. Take care!
looks to me like you got lucky and missed the bug
Nice photos, but I'm sure glad we don't have to deal with them out here.
Wonderful shots. We haven't seen any yet this year.
Super cool, but yet creepy as well.
Bet you're glad to see them go. Hope all is well with your son. Still praying for all of you.
It looks like a Cicada shell--use to find them on the pine trees when I was a kid. Nice photos!!!
more amazing shots---fantastic!
Bugs!Teasing.You get the best shots.
great photos and ewwww. giggle xo
I was looking at your photo's again, and the third one kinda looks like a martian, if there really are martians, which I don't really know. :)xoxo
I am not in the right frame of mind right now to appreciate another little creature like this, although I can certainly admire your photography skills. Since moving to the duplex, the past couple weeks have brought me face to face with spiders and bugs so my nerves are weary. Why they bother me I don't know, but they do. Hope you are doing all right. Sending you lots of positive energy.
Okay your picture were great. Yuck!
Freaky! I don't like to find these skins/shells attached to my trees!
Incredible! I've never seen anything like it! What photography. Thanks for showing us. Joan
We don't have any empty ones yet. Great shots!
Awesome shots---looks pretty intimidating actually!
Hi There, I'm back after a big birthday week. Trying to catch up a little on my blogging. Great close-ups of the 'shell'.... You are right. It's EMPTY.... How is your son?Hugs,Betsy
Just checking in to see how you're doing lately. I've been thinking of you and your family!
Your macros are excellent. The detail and clarity are simply perfect.
Hmmm. A woman of few words but lots of images. Sounds familiar. Hope you are doing okay my friend. xo
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