Saturday, June 19, 2010

Night Shift in the Garden

Lady bug~ are described as any certain beetle small, roundish beetles with spotted backs, often brightly colored : both larve and adults feed on insect pests and their eggs: also ladybird,lady beetle.
These handpainted lady bug rocks are on a night shift of busily keeping a garden free from pests. It was at night when the camera flash went off, and they were rather surprised and giggled nervously, but continued avenging ahpids and such.


  1. Great visitors at your garden!

    Saskia :)

  2. Hey Peg! Sweet little guys! Just too cute....Hugs, Nance


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