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Want Pointers First Ladybirds of the springtime

Violaman

Always on
Premium Member
I'm not sure how soon these little chaps are spotted further south, but these are the first I have seen this year so far in Northumberland. Spring is surely on its way!

It was still quite cool, so the insects were not too full of life and it made it much easier to photograph them.



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RyanB

Always on
Premium Member
These work well, I like the warmer tones, they suit the subjects well. Our garden (Cambs) is absolutely crawling with these guys, they hide out in our hedge on chilly days but when it gets sunny they go nuts.

Favorites are probably #1 for getting all three ladies in perfect focus and #3 although I think it might look better in a landscape orientation.
 

SharonH

Here a lot
Premium Member
They're lovely :) I've seen bees, butterflies, flies but no ladybirds in Devon yet.
 

Violaman

Always on
Premium Member
They're lovely :) I've seen bees, butterflies, flies but no ladybirds in Devon yet.
Thanks Sharon.

I would have thought you were likely to see Ladybirds in Devon well before I would in Northumberland but maybe they are a little bit shy in the deep south! Itd 3d Ani W60 Smiles 036
 
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