Monday, December 17, 2012

Pinky Red for Monday


Anthurium andreanum spadix with blooming flowers are not very visible to the human eyes. Those whitish -powdery stuff are the flowers.

 A lovely red insect (NOID) is seen on the spadix. Maybe it gets food from there or maybe waiting for a prey. It is shorter than 1cm in lenght from tip of the tail to the tip of the head.


     

Macro Monday

Ruby Tuesday 2


20 comments:

  1. wow... wonderful cheery red, this little visitor!

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  2. that is a pretty amazing macro photo.

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  3. Great macro shot... love the orange bug!

    Mollyxxx

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  4. WOW! Now that's a MACRO! LOVE it!

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  5. Great picture. Wish I knew the name of the insect.

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  6. What a wonderful idea for a blog. Your second macro has a beautiful composition and color. Well done!

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  7. Such unusual flowers, they make a lovely macro.

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  8. incredible macro shots. happy holidays.

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  9. Nice shot! That insect looks familiar. Also, merry christmas to you!

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  10. Wow, great macros! Thanks for the reminder to participate in Macro Mondays!

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