The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
wow--stunning. I don't think you would find one of those in the US!! Very beautiful!!
Back with the beauty of the bugs I see! Wonderful shots.
I am not fond of insects but I must admire the beauty of this moth! happy ww :)
I am glad to see the insect pictures have returned! I know I am at the right place this week.Normally I would not like to see a moth, but this one is very beautiful! Do you take all of the pictures you post?
What great pictures! I wish mine were close....and the colors are so dramatic! I posted dragonflies this week! Happy WW!
Wow stunning pictures. Happy WW.
Never thought I would say a bug is beautiful- but wow! This on certainly is! Thanks for visiting my WW x2!
That's really wow on the photography and amazing on the moth itself.
wow - gorgeous!
This is one of your best ever jams, very impressive (& look I'm not hiding my eyes this week!), Happy WW x x
Magnificent views! Where is that mountain located?Happy 4th and WW! :-)
Beautiful photos and amazing colors on that moth! :-)Happy 4th and WW!
What a beautiful moth! The colours are amazing!!
Thanks all! Melanie all of the photos for WW, saturday photo hunt and the Friday cat blogging a re all mine. I do nick stuff off the internet to illustrate my newsy or historical posts
Black & red are my favorite colors. They compliment one another so well!Beautiful insect!Happy WW & Fourth of July!
Stunning photo. Well done and Happy WW & 4th July.
That's pretty. Very good!Thanks for stopping by.Happy WW!
Beautiful! Love the contrast colours on this wee one. :) Cheers!
Gorgeous! God bless your WW!
Incredible photos! I'm truly amazed at how beautiful those are! I really need a better camera! Hope you'll visit me at Some kind of Wondermom
I never though I'd say, that's such a pretty moth Jams!
Stunning picture. Great vibrant colors. Happy WW.Smiles and Blessings,Angel Mama ():)
Wow-- wow -- awesome moths. I didn't even know moths came in these colors.
You are an amazing photographer!!
Nicely captured Jams! And what a cool critter it is - loving the colours. Cheers, Lavender of the birds & the beads
That is a nice one!
Lovely as always! :)
gorgeous macro shots!!! happy WW
I'm not much into insects but this is a neat picture!
So...I'm even more in awe of you now because this past weekend my niece and I spent the day catching butterflies. And moths. And flies. And anything with wings.And, it's not easy, even with a big honkin' net! You must be some kind of insect charmer to be able to get so close...or, you have a very good zoom lens.Either way, I love your pics. But I tell you that each week...Happy WW!!
What a pretty bug! What is it?
Hmm... Looks pretty on picture but I don't think I would like to get that close to it in real life. Great shot anyway.
Lovely pictures as usual. You never disappoint!
wow! great macro!superb!
Hey jams, I didn't realize that your garden was the setting for The Mothman Prophecies sequel!
Very pretty photo!Happy WW :)
Cool shots! Those are some pretty bugs. :)Happy 4th and Happy WW!
Wow, I've never seen anything like this in my garden-how do you spot them?
Great pics, what a vivid colour. Black and red... does this make it an emo fly?
Thanks all. Ewbl ah yes Mothman II the sequel where London Bridge falls down!Chris, this one was taken at Cranham March. It was a good find while the not wife and me were on a stroll
Lovely shots - I've always wondered what those moths were called. Liberty, of course, couldn't care less what they're called - she just likes eating them!
That is stunning!
Thanks. Ah the kitties have to be careful. They are very toxic thankks to what their caterpillars feed on
very impressive images. great entry
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