Little visitors in our garden III

Here are some more little visitors I found walking around in our garden. Sometimes you must make a little effort to find them. Have a nice week-end all over the world

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54 thoughts on “Little visitors in our garden III

    • The peacock-butterfly is a day-butterfly and not a moth. This one looks already a bit shabby-chic. Thanks for liking my post and have a wonderful week-end, virtual hugs, Mitza

    • Thank you for your nice words, Cathy. I was a bit selfish to photograph the red lily beetle first and then put it somewhere else. Have a nice week-end, regards Mitza

  1. Such beautiful photographs, Mitza! I love them! You are such a good photographer! I was going to do a post, too, on tiny critters in the garden but am discouraged to do so after seeing the quality of yours. We’ll see. Hope you are having a good weekend. Warm regards, ellen

    • Dear Ellen, why do you think that your photos are not good enough. I love your photos, too. Don’t be discouraged. I don’t want that, I want to encourage you to post it. Have a wonderful day, warmest regards Mitza

      • Thanks, Mitza, for the kind words. You are a very dear friend! Will be writing you soon. Upstate now and I am taking lots of photos of critters. Nature is so healing. Have a good weekend and hope you are feeling better! Warm regards, Ellen

  2. Your garden has a lot of interesting little friends. Willy especially loves the butterflies. After the second time he licked the computer screen, I had to put him outside. 🙂

    • Thank you so much, Natalie. I always enjoy your extremely beautiful posts and want to thank you, too, that you share them with us. Have a wonderful day, virtual hugs, Mitza

    • Thank you so much for your nice comment. Butteflies are always so tender, fragile, beautiful and harmless and therefore everybody loves them, me too.
      Have a nice day, regards Mitza

  3. Wieder ganz tolle Bilder. 🙂 Das Foto von den Schnecken gefällt mir sehr gut und die Schmetterlinge auch. Na, und der Hummel scheint es ja zu schmecken und was die beiden grünen Kollegen da treiben, kommentiert man besser nicht… 😉
    Ich wünsche noch einen schönen Sonntag.

    • Ganz herzlichen Dank für das Kompliment. Ich habe auch lange überlegt, ob ich die beiden grünen Käfer einstelle, speziell im prüden Amerika, damit ich nicht auf den wordpress-Index komme (hehe). Ich wünsch auch einen schönen Sonntag. Gruß Mitza

  4. Schnecken sind die reinsten Akrobaten. 😉 Also, ich muß meistens nicht nach den Viechern suchen, die schmuggeln sich wie von Geisterhand auf meine Bilder, was ich meistens erst später beim Ansehen merke. 🙂

    • Hallo Jule, wie geht’s? Sehe ab und zu mal Deine Tulpen-Fotos, die ich immer gut finde. Schnecken brauchen wir auch nicht zu suchen, wir haben Hunderte im Garten und die haben ein Talent, immer die schönsten Blumen zu fressen. Schönen Sonntag noch, Gruß Mitza

    • When I take a walk in our garden I always see so many peculiar little things that are worth photographing. Having a garden really is good for everybody, because you are surrounded by the beauty of the Great Creator. Maybe you have a park somewhere close to you. Wish you a wonderful day, regards Mitza

      • That is awesome.
        We do have lots of parks here. All of my nature shots are taken from local parks. I want to buy a macro lens — your photos inspire me. 🙂

      • Thank you for your kind words. Inspiring others is a good thing. For my basic little Sony Cybershot I don’t even need a macro lense. I can go close up to 4 cm. But I hope to see some macro photos from you soon. Have a wonderful day, regards Mitza

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