4.12.11

Caption - Bride and Groom


Welcome to Monday Photo Captions!
It is still 4 hours away from Monday but I am posting early as I would be away the next few days.

Enjoy the captions contributed by fellow bloggers and leave your captions for the last two photos.
Selected ones will be posted next Monday with links to your blogs or websites.



One : Outstanding choreography!

Christine : On your mark, get set, go!



Andrea : Let's go to the shore now, we've got too much sun already! Look at the whites, they are always in the shade! 

Stewart M : While the groom arrives with his friends, the bridal party waits in the background.

Liz : The hunt begins; you take the land, we'll take the water.



Send in your captions for the last two images latest by this week.
All comments are welcomed.
May you have a joyful week ahead!

30 comments:

  1. Lovely new photos and shows how some of the insect world manages to get along.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  2. I observed the big one slowly approached the end nearing the small one. I wonder what happens when they finally meet! It could be war!

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  3. Ooops sorry missed the ducks caption was cracking the head hard..

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  4. I thought the bee is saying, "Ooops sorry missed the ducks caption was cracking the head hard.." in the Bananaz's way.

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  5. Thanks for the linky!

    1) Hurry! He's almost there.
    2) Ouch! Don't bite me!

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  6. Very beautiful. Your photos are great quality, fantastic ...
    Greetings Karin

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  7. I don't have any captions, but I wouldn't let that wasp get that close to me!

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  8. The ducks caption is awesome!

    Photo 1- What the heck are you doing?

    Photo 2 - You can't get rid of me that easy!

    Happy Sunday!

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  9. Hi One - Hope you are enjoying your trip!
    Love the wasp photos but can't think of anything ...

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  10. Those last two are excellent shots!!!

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  11. Great captures, especially the art two.

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  12. Lovely pictures! Funny captains!
    Happy Holiday!

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  13. Hi there - great wasp pictures - and thanks for the link!

    Either picture "My biology teacher told me being a wasp mimic would keep me safe - I have a feeling he got it wrong!"

    Stewart M

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  14. Wow, wonderful macro shots.

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  15. Like Ellie said, great macros!

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  16. Oh, what an unusual meeting of 2 very similar but somewhat differend 'frens'. Great capture. Happy holidays!

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  17. "I am coming honey"
    "I think you have to consider losing weight so you can catch up to me quick."


    Late visiting from Today's Flower. Come see the Lilies at my page when you get a chance. Have a good week.

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  18. beautiful photos, wow!

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  19. Your caption of bride and groom made me smile!

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  20. What fun, great shots for the day! I really love the first one! Lovely butterflies! Hope you have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  21. Great composition and bokeh in the macros of the 2 insects.

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  22. Pixz#1: Wasp: Hey! If butter can fly what else can you do besides mothballing?

    Pixz #2: The odd couple romancing the longan flowers.

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  23. 1) Oof! I need to lose weight. So much easier to get to the top when you are small and light.

    2) Almost (pant, huff, pant) there . . .

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  24. Are they both collecting nectar from the flowers or is the bigger one slowly creeping to catch the smaller insect?

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  25. The photos are awesome. Can't think right now of captions because I'm admiring your photos, and that needs my full concentration!
    Rosie

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  26. Beautiful and lovely photos..

    Visiting for MYM! Hope you can visit mine too..

    http://www.cassandrasminicorner.com/2011/12/yellow-octupos-kids-cart.html

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  27. Cute captions on the first two images... for the wasp and other insect images... they seem to be telling a story about the wasp going after the other insect so I would caption the first "Look out!" and the second "I am coming to get you!"

    AND both of the wasp/insect images are marvelous! (what is that second insect?)

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