There's no insect on the last photo One! I love your ornamental cabbage, so lovely and unique, the seeds must be from overseas!I like the first photo the black ant against the red button ginger. As always your collages are amazing! Ive given up on trying to do them..hehe
I too really like the ant. Such a contrast to the red and an excellent shot. I bet there is a bug in that cabbage somewhere. LOL. Another really pretty shot of good color and texture.
You question is simple, but I make it too complicated. There is no insect in the last photo as what p3chandan has mentioned.I am too complicated, too complicated, too complicated....
P3, Donna, Rainfield,The first 3 collages consisted of photos taken in my garden. The last one was spotted at a reception table. I grow ornamental pepper but not ornamental cabbage. I'm quite sure there are no bugs hiding in the cabbage. The leaves are all too pretty.What else is missing?According to Andrea of this Lifetime, One's signature always come with a bug. So my signature is missing in the last collage.Have a great week ahead, everyone!
gorgeous photos...they make me want to draw and draw and draw;
I like how the ants are playing on the ginger. Nice mosaics.
Your collages are beautiful. I think critters may not survive in that pretty cabbage if pesticides have been used.
No Critters. Lovely photos this morning, and really cool blogs. I need more time later to really enjoy them.
gorgeous blooms and bugs! thankyou for sharing. Love that ornamental cabbage!
That's easy! Insect is missing in the last collage! (I did not peep on others' answers, ha).
Then everyone is still slightly correct, yes? No insect in the last collage, not even the one that goes with your watermark. :-DThis was a very clever/tricky post, One. I enjoyed how you lead up to the last collage.
Just amazing shots. I love them all:))
There has to be a snail on that cabbage, it looks too perfect! Beautiful pictures, as always, I love looking at all the creatures that come (and crawl, and fly) to your garden.
It has no insects! Poor ornamental cabbage! LOL!It's very beautiful though, as are all the little creatures in the other pictures.
This reminds me of my childhood favorite tv show Sesame Street. A segment of the show has this "which of these things is not like the other..." jingle, asking the viewer to spot which is different from a set of four objects.
You are always so creative! Your shots are beautiful too. Lots of eye candy ;)
that ornamental cabbage is stunning - in my garden it would be full of bugs!
Great colors and details in the first collage.Happy Macro Monday!
Such pretty pictures - I love the bold colors and strong compositions!
Your little friends are missing! I'll put in a word for them that they are wanted!Beautiful shots!
Hi One, i'm sorry for being late here! Better late than never, as the saying goes. I love that cabbage, but i bet you did not grow it yourself, haha! I can see the small insects there, your camera is not capable of microscopic focus. Kidding aside, i really love the way you make your collages. One of this days, i will try it too, i am a copier!
I will second Andrea and I really love the cabbage. I have never seen a variegated variety. I have a weakness for variegated plants.
Would be lovely to grow the ginger here in Japan...
Lovely photos! My plants are usually attacked by aphids and mealybugs, which drives me mad! My ixora was attacked once, but 3-4 ladybugs helped me eliminate them. Now there are a few large black ants on the ixora. I'm truly impressed by the ornamental cabbage. Too bad vegetables don't last very long.
Your collages are beautiful! The critters probably think the ornamental cabbage is artificial! Or maybe its thick leaves are too much work to bother with.
What a gorgeous cabbage! I've never seen one like that! Too pretty to eat! :o)
bugs! You know, I love your tropical climate and the gorgeous tropical blooms you have BUT, I could never be able to tolerate the tropical bugs you have there!! eek.
One, I've always felt that bugs make any floral picture complete.Your photos are fascinating!! Beautiful colours and collages!
Terrific photos! The cabbage is stunning.
Thanks for joining the Creature Feature meme! I love the Costus woodsonii. I bought a small one last fall and it hasn't bloomed yet.