wow. Was he ALIVE when you snapped his photo? Those things are creepy.
I'm sorry but there is nothing cute about that bug. Nothing. My daughter and I found a dead one in the parking lot at the doctors the other day. We were both glad it was dead ; )
Very very very cool photo!
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HUH!!!what is with that last comment. I could not make one bit of sense of it! Now back to your locus...that is a great macro...but I am scared to death of them...they are just so darn ugly. Although it is pretty cool to find their shell when they shed them.
The Church Lady and A New England Life-LOL. I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder.Janis-I'm just sayin' sometimes we shy away from folks because they are grumpy or their appearance scares us(ie..a homeless person), but if we take the time to look past that we see the good that's often there.
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