Sunday, July 26, 2009

Colors of nature are exciting

It amazes me every day how colorful our world is. Most people wouldn't even see this little guy. He is only 3/8 inch long. This is a Candy-striped Leafhopper sitting on the Mammoth Sunflower in previous post.

6 comments:

Michelle Eaton said...

He has very pretty colours.

Shashi Nayagam said...

He is lovely at close quaters. YOu take brilliant pictures.

HElen said...

Beautiful pictures ! love it!

JudiA said...

Fabulous photo Carla. I am fascinated by the curly-cue thingies in the center of the sunflower.

creative breathing said...

Hi Carla! A week or so ago I somehow deleted all of my blog roll. Short term memory, I could not remember everyone one it! I am still piecing it back together. Seeing seashells on Lallee's blog was an AH HA moment - Carla - that's who I'm missing! I have had such fun catching up on all your beautiful photographs, grand baby cutie, a spoonbill? I think it is the most beautiful bird I have never heard of! Rattling on, just so glad I found you again! E

Serena said...

great shot, carla! i too like the curly q's (stamens?) in the flower centre ~ :)