Philippines tropical plants, flowers, vegetables and trees giving us pure, clean air for our breath of life
Hello, cool spider and pretty bee shot. The shot with the hairs on the leg is awesome, great macros. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day and the new week ahead.
Such beautiful and awesome photos. I am always impressed when someone can get such great shots.
Awesome captures .... love the spider :)
Wow ! absolutely beautiful !
The spider shot is gorgeous !
Beautiful, beautiful images! Life is all around us in so many ways, if we only look closely.
Such pretty shots.
The third photo, is a plant we here in Trinidad and Tobago call sorrel. It's extremely popular during the Christmas season for making sorrel drinks. A Christmas tradition Much love...
Yes gillena, it is growing in the tropics actually. It is a young roselle, Hibiscus species. It is famous for tea and the sepals are made into jams. I just posted it because the flower looks like something else than a flower.
Love the bee shot and spiderweb.
Great macro shots. Love the insect ones.
*clap* *clap* *clap*Great shots!Worth a Thousand Words
Beautiful pictures, Andrea
Beautiful photos - the spider one is awesome
Our spiders are not as pretty as this one! I love the bee's leg sticking out and have never seen that flower before. How pretty!
I love these macro shots Andrea.. great detail....Michelle
Wow! Great capture of the spider
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