Weekly Photo Challenge: Close

Closeness, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr.  (Click on image to enlarge).
Linking up with Camera Critters and Macro Monday.

Here is another close-up photo from the ladybird world.  How does the saying go?…oh yeah…”two’s company, three’s a crowd!”
My response when I saw this was…”REALLY??!!??!!”

Photo submitted for his week’s WordPress photo challenge.

Here are a few other interpretations of this week’s theme:

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  7. What a great shot.
    That threesome is probably a sight that you’ll never see again – nice to have it captured so that people will believe you when you say………..(well, you know what you’ll say when talking about ‘threesomes’ in the insect world).

    • I know – a threesome was a bit surprising to see from the ladybugs. Funny thing is I saw a threesome the same day but with a different type of insect. I’m not sure what was in the air that day. Thanks Victoria!

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  10. Me too. Three is a crowd! But I admire the third bug’s persistence. That is one friend who will try his/her best to be a great friend. The middle, I felt bad for him/her. Seems uncomfortable. Beautiful shot as always!

  11. It’s interesting to say the least!! LOL It really is a great macro shot though. My one chance to capture them this year went wrong and now I haven’t seen any.

  12. Well, they didn’t know the paparazzi were around! Or would they care? Wonderful. You must be very patient and have to spend hours ‘finding’ an extraordinary shot like this!

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