17 October 2007

Wordless Wednesday - Wasp and Ivy








This week's Wordless Wednesday

74 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

Great image, as usual, Jams. Wow.

Anonymous said...

Your shots are so interesting. I think I need to get a bit more creative with my camera :)

The Lone Beader® said...

I like watching bees, but they scare me, too...

The Lone Beader® said...

Oh. It's a wasp? It looked like a bee at first glance. You jsut reminded me, I have a wasp's nest right outside my door that I should try to get rid of... LOL.

Anonymous said...

I ALWAYS love your shots because they are ALWAYS VERY INTERESTING (=

Happy WW to you (=

Anonymous said...

beautiful shots!! You do wonderful work, Jams.

aubrey said...

that's amazing that you can capture that. very cool. happy ww.

Anonymous said...

You always have the most amazing pictures for WW, I really enjoy them!

MaR said...

Great shot, I am glad they are a lot smaller in real life...
Happy ww :)

Liz Hinds said...

amazing photos.

Good grief, how long is that word verification?!

Unknown said...

Oh my gosh -- the colors! How beautiful!! Happy WW & thx for sharing :)

Anonymous said...

Wow, what a fantastic shot again Jams. Mesmerizing detail.

Momgen said...

thats cute pic...

Jenn in Holland said...

Ah.

tammi said...

I LOVE close-ups like this. Beautiful!

Deb - Mom of 3 Girls said...

Wow, that's so vivid for being up close - very cool photo! Happy WW! :)

half pint pixie said...

great shot, you can even see his little wasp-face!

Le Butterfly said...

Stunning shot. Happy WW!

Anonymous said...

excellent macro shot for capturing the busy bee.

Unknown said...

Great Shots!
Happy WW!

Alison said...

I've never seen a wasp look so furry!

jmb said...

Good heavens you really are a photographer! Not a point and shoot person like me.

Rene Perez said...

Might not be a wasp...could just be in it's Halloween costume. Great pic though.

Lisa said...

Beautiful shots as usual. Your pictures are always interesting and great to look at. Happy WW.

Shaz said...

Don't know how you capture these little critters so close but you do it so well, Happy WW x x

Cynthia said...

Great shot...I hope you didn't have to get to close to him....Sting!

Cinnamon Girl said...

Bees freak me out but that plant is super cool. Ivy?

jams o donnell said...

Thanks everyone

SusieJ said...

Yes, poor mouth.

Anonymous said...

great macro shots
happy WW

Sandee said...

Wow, what great shots too. So vivid. Have a great WW. :)

Sandee said...

Wow, what great shots too. So vivid. Have a great WW. :)

L.L. Barkat said...

Brave photographer, to get in so close.

Anonymous said...

Wasps?!! yikes! Great photos though! :-)

Happy WW!

Lori said...

It looks like its breast feeding!! lol...great pic. Happy WW.

Stacie said...

What a great close up. Macro work is so interesting.

Natalie said...

Great pics! Kind of freak me out.

Jessie said...

Very cool! I would have been way to scared to get that shot!

Anonymous said...

Great shots! WOW!

Katya said...

Oh my...just look at that wasp working away! I took a few "bee" shots a few days ago of bumblebees. They were very busy as well!

Happy WW!

letha said...

Amazing photos ... I'm back

Bernie said...

Another great image, but how do you get the bees to be so still? Our bees are forever buzzing about...

Ours is up as well at burntofferings and more at bernies fotoblog.

Happy WW!!

Anonymous said...

Very nice nature shots. Much detail. I really like that. Thank you!! Happy WW though it's about to be another WW. LOL!

An Ordinary Mom said...

I love the crystal clear images!

Beckie said...

and THAT is a good one!

♥.Trish.♥ Drumboys said...

wow - looks like a wasp is breastfeeding - very stunning shot- brillant photography ! I'll be back.
I hate the wasp's sting though you make them look beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Stunning close-ups! Really love your photos... but you know that by now! :D

Anonymous said...

Wonderful close up shots. Thanks for posting the Warren Zevon video as well, that put a smile on my face this morning. Happy WW!

Anonymous said...

Bee-autiful

P.S. Sorry about the pun

Anonymous said...

WOW! Those are amazing macro shot!

Mine is up here;
Wordless Wednesday
Happy WW!

jams o donnell said...

Thanks everyone!

Anonymous said...

happy WW

Anonymous said...

Great picture. Happy WW. ;-)

Gattina said...

A little more orange and they could serve for Halloween ! (I don't like insects !)

Dragonheart, Merlin, Devi, and Chloe said...

Wow, very cool photos! Nice job. :)

Joyismygoal said...

I love nature caught in action

Donna. W said...

It's hard for me to get closeups like that. Beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful!

Siani said...

Yikes! I hate those nasty, stinging little blighters. They're the al-Qaeda of the insect world! Great shots as ever, Shaunie, Happy WW!

Anonymous said...

Lovely shot! Happy WW!

Anonymous said...

Are those ivy flowers? I've never seen ivy in bloom before. Thanks for sharing and happy WW.

Anonymous said...

Your close up shots are great! Happy WW

Rambler said...

oh this deserves a print on people's walls

jams o donnell said...

Thanks

Sophia said...

Great picture...did you take that yourself?

Shelia said...

Wow! Incredible photo.

Daisy said...

Wow, I could see the wasp's eyeballs!

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

How brave of you to get close enough!

Beaman said...

Impressive shots, very professional looking. :)

Unknown said...

WOW, that is awesome. and the colors pop!

Blessings!

Colin Campbell said...

Such patience.

Anonymous said...

Very intense looking insect there. Great shots!

Andree said...

This is a beautiful photo, but real size, it is just awesome with the pollen all over the little wasp.

Melanie said...

I am so scared of wasps, or of any stinging type of bug. The pictures are amazing though.