Hidden in the hostas

© Judith G. Secco

Hidden in the hostas

Uploaded: August 16, 2007

Description

Discovered this little creature while weeding.

Comments

Kathy L. Clark August 16, 2007

Well first of all Judith kudos to you for weeding. And what a great find in the middle of all that work. What a lovely image. Great color and clarity. #715555

Claudia Kuhn level-classic August 16, 2007

Shuch a great pose for you Judy! Beautiful capture, lighting and details! How are ya? #4655458

Joan Kocak August 16, 2007

BEAUTIFUL (as always!)~ #4656208

Murry Grigsby August 16, 2007

Nice find and shot Judy! Where can I get one of those weeding cameras? :0) #4656362

Dominick M. Dimacale level-addict August 16, 2007

This is beautiful Judy...Dominick #4656411

Vicki L. Filippin August 30, 2007

Awesome lighting, comp, color and clarity, Judy. Fantastic! #4726146

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