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Great shot, very cool!
That is a great shot! I’ve never seen an insect like that. Wonderful focus and contrast.
Wonderful shot. I looked around a bit to see if I could find a more precise identification of your insect, but so far have come up empty-handed.
thanks, I think it is a bald head hornet
Love this shot! You know I almost chose the Avid Theme but I went with Word Press’s Photography 2.0 theme instead because it had a separate blog. Really like your blog though. And thanks for stopping by mine and liking my latest image! See you around in cyberspace.
Those things are vicious!!!
I wasn’t all that close. They didn’t seem bothered by my presence. I was concerned with how close their nest was though.