Great shot – you’ve caught that really well.
We had one of these beasts flying around our house yesterday! Beautiful photograph! Emma 🙂 PS. Love the jelly!
Do you know what they are called? I’ve been trying to find out, but to no avail yet.
Wow great shot, well done 🙂
Wow! Great close up !
That was well caught! Great shot!
Wow not a lover of bugs but great photography x
Such an amazing close up but *shudder*
Wow, very impressive close-up. What actually is it though?!
Not sure still trying to check
Wow! Amazing capture, well done. I’m worried though – is it a really small table or a really big bug?!
It was HUGE! We were out on a walk and it was about 10cm/4inches long.
Whoa fantastic! Totally wasn’t expecting that!
Eeek! Scarey insect – very well captured and I noticed the jelly too (yummy)
wow!!!! fantastic photo
Great shot. You’ve missed your vocation as a wildlife photographer!
Ah, but I have two little monsters that I get to practice on lots (and they don’t sit nicely like this did) 😉
Ugh wouldn’t fancy that landing on me! Fab photo 🙂
That is a fantastic shot. Intrigued to know what it is…
I’ve just found out its a Rhyssa persuasoria or something similar.
Eeugh! I’m a complete insect wimp but I’m going back up to lookat that jelly again!
I wouldn’t want to meet that in a dark ally! (Not sure I’d want to meet it at all.)
Hope you didn’t have to get too close.
What an amazing photo, well taken.
great close up but bleurgh!!!
What a fab shot, but God how scary?
http://www.wildaboutbritain.co.uk/archive/showphoto.php/photo/70867 Looks like one of these, a horntail (but with a broken tail!)… Hope this helps! Emma 🙂
Thanks I’ve been looking everywhere for that!
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