Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Great shot! I love the clarity of the wings. I am going to send your link to my friend who is an entomologist, she will love the picture.
I'm glad to hear it's a small flower!
Gorgeous macro!! I knew the flower, so was not concerned about the size of the bug! But the detail is amazing!!!
I'm definitely glad that it's not a huge bug! This is a wonderful macro. As Judy said, the detail is amazing.
Fabulous detail and colors! I've never see a flea like that either! Cool!
wonderful critter only lovely flower image!
I have never seen a flea up close and personal, Tammy.... Just think of all of the fleas I've killed all through the years on my pets..... haGreat macro.Hugs,Betsy
Neat catch! I also like the flower that is still balled up -- the comparison is fantastic!
Holy Macro, Robin! This is great.
Lol! Wouldn't it be scary if it were the other way round?!! Beautiful macro!
This is a flea!!! Really???! I feel guilty about killing one just this morning then!
Great shot. Love your macros.
Lovely and somewhat icky all at the same time! :) Nice to meet you, I just joined in for my first Macro Monday!Jessie at Blog Schmog
small & dainty - very pretty!
Haha... I was wondering about the size of the bug, until you explained it was a small flower!This is beautiful (despite the fact that it is a bug photo)! ;)
Very excellent macro!
Great macro capture, it is a lot of details you have there and nice colours too.
I think your bug is cuter than the one I put on my blog!! Great capture, bugs don't like to pose!!
Excellant capture EG. What BIG eyes!B.
That's a tiny blossom -s o must be a minute bug! Amazing that they think they can hide from us with our zoomy lenses. :)
Great detale on flower and fly...
That looks similar to our housefly here!
Fleabane? Do you think the fly is there, trying to cop a buzzzz?
What a great macro. Such great detail!
Marvellous. I'd not a bug person but this could swing it for me.
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