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Ah, and a pretty lady she is too! Beautiful shot Kerri.
Nice one ! I love ladybugs :)
Kerri, pretty shot of the ladybug!
She's beautiful. Yes, wish I have more of them in the garden.
Stunning shot!! Love it!RRT~Teacup
I have such a soft spot for them... she's lovely Kerri. :c)
Oh my gosh....this is just one brilliant photo!!! Your talent behind the lens is amazing.My Ruby Tuesday is posted...plus a joke [PG-13] today. Do come by for a visit, won't you?!!HERE
Ladybugs are one bug I think that we all like. :-) I didn't realize they lost their spots as the age.
Pretty Shot!Ive heard that was a myth... often there is considerable variation in coloration within species and normally spotted species may have unspotted individuals or even all black ones :)
Wow~! This is truly awesome!
Aww , she´s so pretty, great shot :)
Another stunning macro shot! The lighting is especially appealing. Wonderful!
This is an amazing picture.I hope you get many more chances to photograph the bugs.Ruth
Thank you Kerri for your nice comment on my blog! You are just to kind! Thank´s!And....., I love your ladybug!
I've been seeing the 'imposters', which are the Asian Beetles which resemble Lady Bugs but are orange and actually bite (and stink to high heaven if they die).I haven't seen a true Lady Bug yet this year. Gorgeous photo!!!
That's a great shot! I love the shine on the ladybug. Beautiful!
Lovely shot of the gardener's friend Kerri. FAB.
She's a real beauty Kerri. I am glad I found your site however it happened.
great photo! curious as to the type of plantit is on?
HooRayGun, girl! Truth be told, how long does it take a wee gnat to swallow? That’s precisely how long our wee existence is. God bless.
love your picture very much. Great macro shot. Not easy to capture one of these. The lady bird is so attractive in the picture. It's so bright and stand out in the green background.
Nature's manicurist. (Looks like someone's flashy pinky.) ;-)
Lovely picture Kerri (been away and catching up)- you may be interested in this: http://www.lostladybug.org reporting on found ladybugs and how some species are falling off.dan
You know it's getting warm when the ladybugs appear. Great capture, too.