Saturday, March 17, 2007

Shield Bug - Where's Wally?

While walking through town today, outside the swimming pool in fact, I saw this Shield Bug, I've always liked them. They have great colours if you get up close. It's just a shame this one was sat in the middle of a flower bed... I just know Ame will slate me for taking more flower photos! ;)

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Anonymous james said...

cool colours. sorry didn't stop by at taunton....was in transit on first buses for 9 and a half hours. had to go to bridgwater for the brick and tile museum. you're lucky down brick up here in bath.

9:03 PM  
Blogger Ame said...

HEY! Someone say my name? LOL! ;)

NO, you're off the hook THIS time! If it looks like a painting AND has awesome, beautiful color AND a "stinkbug" to boot, I'll let it thru!

Funny! I JUST saw a little guy like your green one there (wonder if everyone else can find him!?) out in my backyard the other day!

Must mean Spring is HERE! YAY!



9:46 PM  
Blogger The Wellspring said...

What a BEAUTIFUL splash of spring color!

10:55 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

I THINK I found it/him by enlarging the photo. The riot of colours is most attractive.

11:58 AM  
Blogger Z said...

Couldn't find Wally -- I didn't expand the photo though.

12:09 PM  
Blogger Mountainboy said...

Z, not surprised you didn't!

He/she is almost dead centre, on a pink petal

1:18 PM  
Blogger Pat said...

On a PINK petal or a YELLOW one! HAHAHA! I don't even know what I'm looking for!

Great splash of colours though!

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11:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't you know how to spell words correctly?

11:44 PM  
Anonymous The Car Geek said...

I think I saw it at the pink flower in middle of the white and violet colored... Wally is a green circle shape bug... I think I saw something like this on my truck bug shield yesterday... Don't worry it was still alive.. By the way great shot... The colors of the flowers seems to blend..

7:12 AM  

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