Exploring & Discovering Nature in Urban Areas
Grasshoppers seem to be popular this week! And it looks like you caught a whopper!Join BlogBlast for Peace - 11.6.2008
Nice capture. Looks like he was hiding. :-)
Happy WW! This is the second grasshopper that I've seen on WW today...I invite your blog readers to see one result of our nation's economic crisis ... the Zero-Dollar bill.peace, Villager
Excellent capture. He's hiding well in all that green!Tell me, then, all about St. Louis.
That's a great shot. I almost didn't see the grasshopper which made it even more fun. It was a pleasant surprise to spot him on the leaves.
Not a fan of bugs, but it's a good shot of that one!
We love grasshoppers! They are crunchy!
Great shot. It's a long time since I've seen a grasshopper. Happy WW
Hi! Yes, I do have 2 different colored eyes! Thanks for visiting and noticing how lovely I am!
The grasshopper thought it could camouflage but could not escape your eyes!
Great shot. Thanks for stopping by my blog, and will I check out Electronic Village.
Nice. I don't think I would have notice the grasshopper, if you didn't say under your pic.I'm a newbie to WW. Please chk out my pic when you a chance.
It's going to start a big feast. Poor leaves.
Thanks everyone. I guess I took for granted the ability to spot little things and creatures. I'm glad for everyone's comments.I'll be sure to do a post about camouflage next week. I once conducted a fun learning activity to teach about camouflage. Thanks for reminding me about it.have a productive week everyone. see you next ww.
I agree with mojo, been seeing quite a number of grasshoppers post this week. Ironically, I can't even seem to find one near my house *bummer*happy WW!!
I dont like grasshoppers but thats a great shot!! Happy WW and thanks for stopping by:)
I never thought about it until your picture. I don't think I've ever seen a grasshopper here in Hawaii!
Happy Wordless Wednesday to you! Looks like this grasshopper wasn't hiding quite as well as her (or she) thought.PS: Thanks for stopping by.
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