BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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LADYBUG (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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LadybugAs the end of summer approaches it was nice to see this ladybug. Ladybugs hibernate over winter. Here in Canada, if they hibernate in your garage, it’s said to be a sign of good luck. Many would disagree 😏. The ladybug was racing along the stem and I kept my lens trained on it as it dodged in and out of sight. I hope to see a few more of these insects before the cold weather sets in.

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29 thoughts on “LADYBUG (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. She’s a beauty, gorgeous shots, Belinda!

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  2. Wonderful crisp captures, Belinda!

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  3. They should be making their autumn appearance here in VA sometime in the next few weeks. I don’t mind them unless they show up in vast numbers. One season about ten years ago, they were so bad they COVERED my entire front porch/front door. It was like a horror story!

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  4. Excellent work … love these!!!

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  5. I can think of worse things in my garage hibernating. 🙂

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  6. You found a nice fat one too! I’ve been painting rocks to look like Ladybugs/Ladybirds and leaving here and there, and one in my yard. I think they bring good luck! 😀🐞

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  7. A lot of people don’t like bugs, but everyone loves a ladybug.

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  8. Elegant ‘Ladies’! Captured beautifully!

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  9. Wonderful photos of the ladybug, Belinda, such a beautiful insect they are.

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  10. Very nice Belinda!always fun to see ladybug images!!

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  11. Wonderful pics, Belinda. Not as many Ladybugs in our area as there used to be… not nearly as many.

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