yikes is right! I'd hate to get bit by this mosquito.
Yikes (3)!The overall chiaroscuro and colors are really nice in your photo.Not to worry. When they get that big their eyesight goes haywire, as you can see from this guy who had to be scraped off the side of a building it didn’t notice, here.
That is quite an unnerving sight! Those long legs cast some rather impressive shadows!
Egads! Gives me the creeps, not to mention what it must do to these guys.
Yikes! My son thought this was a cool picture... We recently visited NY but I couldn't talk my family into going... Next time - lolHugs, Antonella :-)P.S. I am also participating in SSS2, and I've created a free printable / digi with the shadow quote this week...join me here: http://quilling.blogspot.com/2012/01/simply-sunday-shadow-shot-january-8.html
Glad it is in a museum. They are big here, but not that extreme.
This museum was a short distance from my grandparents and I remember many adventures there as a young child.This is a bit scary and he would be difficult to swat!BisesGenie
the photo is beautiful, but I hate mosquitoes. greetings from Romania. have a nice week.
This gives me creeps wahhhh. I hate mosquitoes but I like your photo.Set of Eyes Shadow. Have a great week ahead.
Excellent photo. The size of the mosquito reminds me of those old sci-fi movies where "radiation" created giant insects that tried to take over the earth.
Even tiny mosquitoes are annoying. I can't imagine having to tolerate one this big!A SHADOW THE SIZE OF THE SUNIf I had a shadow the size of the sun,I’m not sure how fast I’d be able to run,Or if I could flee from its ravenous jaws,While keeping away from its razor-sharp claws!© 2012 by Magical Mystical TeacherShadows here and there
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