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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Ta-Da!

Eastern Amberwing (male)

There are many variations of handstands but in all cases a handstand performer must posses adequate balance and upper body strength.

12 comments:

  1. That photo is too cute. Unreal you managed to capture that shot.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  2. Looks like something I could n't do..lol

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  3. Too funny! You have a knack for getting great shots!

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  4. He's working out, bug push-ups...lol! Great pic =)

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  5. That photo is unbelievable - the handstand, the colors, everything!

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  6. Love it!! Great shot :-) No way, no how I could ever do a handstand like that! I never cease to be amazed at some of the critter shots bloggers get in their gardens. The bugs just never sit still long enough for me to get a good picture. And yours are doing handstands for you! I'd be doing backflips if I could get a picture like that -- tee hee :-)

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  7. That is a great shot! So cute! I also have a find time getting a good shot of insects. It seems they flit away just as I am getting focused. :)

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  8. Lovely, maybe that is a part of the courtship ritual. I saw those spread wings also in termites during their night mating rituals. However, instead of the head stand they do fast pirouettes while the four wings are spread apart!

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  9. Very impressive! If I were to try that I'm sure a neck brace and traction would be the end result!

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  10. So cute and funny! You are so lucky to get that great shot!

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  11. Love this little guy Karin!!

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