18 Jul 2008

Ladybird: 10-Spot (again!)


At first I thought this was a 14-spot ladybird (lol, I counted the spots) but after researching the net, the 10-spot ladybird is very variable in appearance and may have fewer or more than 10 spots. The 14-spot has a different type of spot.

Yehhaaww! Managed to capture the ladybird clearly despite my poor eyesight. I'm still using the reverse lens effect.

7 comments:

Vixen said...

Really, really amazing shot.

KylieM said...

awesome again .. i so love your photos!

maiylah said...

oh wow .... i can see the ladybird's "hairs"!!!
still have to learn out how to do that reverse lens effect .. :)

Jean Chia aka Ms.Yummy~licious said...

wow, i didnt know ladybird has a hairy skin. it's so amazing what you can see with this reverse lens effect! :)

Ana said...

Wow, that's amazing. I didn't know they are that hairy!

Arika said...

What an incredible shot.
I didn't know lady bugs had hair!

dijahsaad said...

whoa...nice shot!

 
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