Mama and Dad had some work to do at an orphanage right smack in metropolitan Kuala Lumpur. I tagged along and took the opportunity of snoopervising the garden and surrounds.
Woohoo! It's a haven for felines...especially bug loving ones. Too bad, Brad, it's my turn now, not yours as I know you love them bugs too. I managed to catch some...not with my paws but with the macro lens....teeheehee...gotcha!
|White camellia and a bug. Does this sound like a painting's title or what?|
|Poor moth didn't have a chance against shutterbug me. |
|No....not the same moth. This one has different markings on its wings.|
|Looks like the teenie weenie grasshopper tried to play hide and seek with me. You can run but you can't hide, bugsy. |
|OK, not a bug but this birdie's loud and noisy behaviour certainly bugged me.|
Being a shutterbug sure is rewarding. I may get tummy upset if I consume those bugs anyway. purrrrr *giggles*
Woohoo! It seems to be garden day today!! Austin loves the bugs. I don't !!!
I love all the things of nature! Thanks to share!
Semuanya indah ciptaan Allah...
Maybe I should can those bugs and send them to you...purrrrr *giggles*
You're welcome. purrrrr *giggles*
Betul betul betul! purrrrrr *giggles*
Didn't catch any love bug? ;)
The city is actually teaming with (non-human) life.... if only one cares to observe.
Oh wow! Those bugs look yummy!!
How do they look like? purrrrr *giggles*
I saw some monkeys too in the area. Do they eat bugs? purrrrr *giggles*
Come here then. We'll party. purrrrrr *giggles*
Did you catch any "kabbo genggong"?
Takdok pokok kelapa which is usually associated with "kabbo". purrr *giggles*
Lol ! You didn't meet Bugs Bunny ! Nice pictures Nicole !
Bug stew! Yummy!
the critters in The Cottage
Coz we didn't plant carrots in the garden! purrr *giggles*
Imagine the possibilities - bug stew, bug soup, bug pie....yummmm.... purrrr *giggles*
Your garden is beautiful - and even the bugs and birds like it :)
I wish it's my garden. purrrrr *giggles*
Erm... I don't think you should be standing right under the birdie's bum.
Great nature photography, apart from that minor concern.
Not to worry Aunty E. We used the zoom lens, the birdy was at least 20 feet away. purrr *giggles*
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