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Wedding Bells


These two white antenna wasp moths are dating amongst the wild blue flowers.
Now that the trend is into organic gardening, it seems that most of our gardens are becoming very fertile ... for the small creatures.
You are invited to a bug wedding ceremony.

Entrance
to a 
BUG WEDDING CEREMONY.

14 comments:

  1. Hahaha insects everywhere!

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  2. Oh oh, what's going today? This is not BAD, but a Bugs Affairs Day today! Since I'm invited to the wedding, I'll continue reading .....

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  3. A lovely captured moment!

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  4. WOW!! Those moths are beautiful!!! The more organic the garden, the more creatures come to visit!! Great picture!!!

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  5. Aaron, Autumn Belle, Carol, Joey, TS, Thank you for the lovely comments.

    The wedding is not over. For those who has just arrived at the party, kindly proceed to 'Continue Reading' Garden or http://setiaalamphotos.blogspot.com/2010/09/birds-and-bees.html
    as there are several couples awaiting.

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  6. Nice pic. You can make dem creatures including moths look beautiful.

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  7. Such beautiful moths. The look similar to our humming bird moths.

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  8. Perfect couple and the moths are made more striking by the blue flowers. What are they?

    Laura

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  9. These are really beautiful moths! I love them!!! Fantastic capture!

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  10. That is a great photo of the moths. I always seem to be too late when I try to photograph butterflies or moths. I need more practice or a quicker click!

    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog!

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  11. I love these images and the new blog. This post is on fire. Congrats.

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  12. I agree with you with growing organically. I can't believe my eyes this morning when I saw a small moth with COLOURS! This is a first in my place. So far, there were only white cabbage moth!

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