This moth can be very save hiding in the bush. Oh yes, the word is camouflage. I was teaching my kids minibeast, and I had my worm farm, also a bug farm. A kid aged 5 used the word camouflaged. I wanted to hug him.
Hi Jama,You are lucky you didn't get fat eatinG that black sauce with your jambu.My bro says this was why we got fat. we ate lime, jambu, the Pak Go Long, young mango with the black soya sauce. and chilli Oh dear, my saliva is drooling.
omg, what a beautiful moth, so bright green; we don't have this kind here in Oregon, although there are lots of others not so colorful.You wondered if shops allow photography, and the answer is yes, most of them do. The only time I have seen "No Photography" signs has been in an expensive department store, just this past summer. I guess I mostly shop the cheap places!
First, Wow!!! I have never seen one that up close and personal. Magnificent macro photography. The coloring is so unique, what an amazing shot.
You should do shots for a horror movie, lol !
iekkks, a great but scary macro!
looks kinda eerie but wonderful macro.
Jama....that is amazing. The color is nothing we see here in the USA. And the detailing is phenomenal.My Macro is in a NUT SHELL
This moth is very hairy indeed.
That is an amazing moth macro! Such detail!
Oh , so cute !!!Great Macros , Jama !!!
What a beautiful moth! Love the colours, and you got nice and close, too, didn't you?
a great detail! and great bokeh! :D
Oh now he is AMAZING!!!
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