Saturday, May 29, 2010

Camera Critters


Yesterday I went out into Musashi's Garden to take some shots of the newly blooming zinnias.

This is what I found.


What's that in the zinnia?


Who is that peaking around the corner?


Zinnia and Grasshopper


Come out, come out. Whoever you are!


Grasshopper and Zinnia


There you are!

Happy holiday weekend everyone.
Stay safe, enjoy and remember what Memorial Day is all about.

Joy to You!


20 comments:

dosfishes said...

Great shots, so cool Snap how you captured Mr. Grasshopper.....never seen a green one before, ours are all brown......Happy weekend. Have some honoring to do on Monday for my dad!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Very cute!

Tina said...

haha what a funny little thing. It's a grasshopper isnt it? We dont get any of those round our parts thats so cool!

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Phil said...

You did well to see that little green monster. It is so cool I'm afraid I didn't look at the flower much.

jabblog said...

That is delightful!

Indrani said...

Peekaboo with the monster. :)
Great shots.

Hootin' Anni said...

Cool!!! I like the very first photo best...how it's just peeking its head out from behind the petal

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Kate T. said...

Hey Snap! There's an example of being in the right place at the right time... with your camera turned on. So nice of the little critter to come out for his glamor shot. :)

xoxo,

Kate

Janet said...

Wow! Great shot of the grasshopper!

Kim Mailhot said...

That is some green critter you found there, Snap !
I love Zinnias - something so hardy and bright about them.
I hope you and Mr. Dragon have a peaceful long weekend too.
Big Love !

Michael said...

Not too many in my garden. I always here them before I see them. Cute little critters.

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Pretty green bug! Lovely shot.

Janie said...

What a cute sequence of photos!

Barb said...

Sometimes the unplanned is the best! The zinnia alone makes a wonderful photo but with the addition of the grasshopper - a show stopper! That color zinnia is just delicious - I do hope the seeds I planted in Denver have sprouted!

Ebie said...

Its the grasshopper! Little things come in unsuspected places. Love that zinnia!

eileeninmd said...

Gorgeous flower and a great capture of the grasshopper. Neat critter.

eden said...

Such a cutie! Great captures of beautiful flowers.

Dave said...

Yes I can see you! great shot.

CherylK said...

What an amazing progression of photos! The color of that little guy is gorgeous. The Zinnia is so pretty, too.

Carol said...

Love this post!