Sunday, December 19, 2010

One Ladybird

The ladybird was counting traffic when I visited her again in my garden. Was life so boring in this gloomy summer day?

I thought she felt like snoring, then the ladybird started to join in the traffic, and so I was, for not being left behind again.

She moved like a Volkswagen Beetle, between leaves and stems, up and down. I go hiking once a week, twice is the most, but she completed my one month's number within seconds.

Was life so boring in a gloomy summer day, Miss Ladybird?

23 comments:

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Hi, great captures of this ladybird, she is living the life:)
Greetings..

roentarre said...

Lady bug is surely a feast to photograph.

You have done it well :)

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

She is very pretty. Only a little bit like ours.

wenn said...

i love ladybird..so delicate!

Tabib said...

This is not a lady and not a bird, but sure a beautiful bug, beautifully captured. ;)

Icy BC said...

Well, rainfield, that's one beautiful lady bug.

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Kirigalpoththa said...

Very pretty bug!

One said...

That's a ladybug with zigzag prints. Isn't that the one at the top of my blog? What is it doing in your garden?

AVCr8teur said...

She is so orderly and polite to let other traffic go first. Can she not fly and avoid rush hour?

Kilauea Poetry said...

Now I know why they named the VW after them..I think bird should be fixed on the end as they fly! Besides, the are beneficial..not merely any bug? What do I know? I love these macros with the leaves that glisten!!

eileeninmd said...

Wow, Just beautiful! I wish I could see ladybugs now. Wonderful captures, Rainfield!

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

So beautiful!!!

Autumn Belle said...

Oh no, how can life ever be boriing with this gorgeous ladybird? Even the ants are delighted because they were hoping that something magical will happen and turn the ladybird into a sports car for them to hav some fun!

Grass said...

Photogenic lady is my favorite bug....

CH said...

I do not think life can be boring with you around.

Wonderful pictures.

VanillaSeven said...

Great capture of the beetle on the first shot. looks like she interacting with the ants.

Frieda said...

Great pictures. How do you find all these pretty insects?!
In Germany, ladybirds are a symbol of good look, by the way :-)

Ratty said...

My eyes lit up and a big smile came to my face when I saw your ladybird pictures. These are some of the best pictures of these little beauties that I've ever seen. We call them ladybugs here in America, but I like the word ladybird better.

Cheryl said...

She must have been in the right place at the right time, so that she could take you along on her little trip. She is very colorful indeed.

betchai said...

oh, wow, another wonderful macro, i sure love seeing a lady bug, they bring happiness.

RNSANE said...

I've never seen a ladybug so up close and personal. I think they are really quite lovely. Your picture is gorgeous. Maybe the Malaysian heat slows her down a bit. I know I was a big sluggish down there near the equator!