Honey Suckle

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    Besides the sweet scent of the Honey Suckle bloom, it attracts a variety of creatures. From spiders to moths to humming birds.
    1. A hawk moth or is called a humming bird moth
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    2. Only insect supposed to have wing speed of a humming bird.
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    4. This spider was eating an inch worm for lunch. No saving for later.
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    5. This girl was hiding under the vine
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    Im out to get some shots of actual humming birds tomorrow.
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    #2:thumbup: great capture imho
    ifelt something crawling on me after 5 lol. :lmao: thats a big one! that rock keeps grbbing my attention. kinda looks like an egg:mrgreen:
     
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    it is:lol:
     
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    "bump";)
     
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    bugs creep me out like nothing else but i really like these shots. the only thing i would say is maybe shoot number 2 at a higher iso so the wings dont blur. and all the pictures seem a bit washed out in terms of color and vibrance. I love number 1 the most :D thanks for nightmares
     
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    Excellent 1 and 2 are the best imo.

    the last one is sweet. I had one close to that size on my ceiling in my house yesterday morning. Wife was screaming like a little school girl until I caught it and took it outside.
     
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    Her leg span was only 4 inches but she definately was protecting her egg sack. Had a hard time getting good focus because she blended into the ground.
     

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