ART Things you find in people's hair.

ASIGN_Baz

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Apr 26, 2009
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My wonderful wife stepped out into the dark to bring me a nice cup of coffee a few nights ago while I was working in the shed. Half way down the path, she asks me if there is something in her hair. I look and straight away, exclaimed, "OH isn't he BEAUTIFUL!! Don't move!" Now she is worried! "WHAT!? WHAT IS IT!?"

Once captured, I grabbed my potted lime tree and set him gently on a leaf for a few mug shots. The one I got the other night had green eyes. This one has red. Not sure of the name of this species, there are so many to choose from.

Baz.

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jason612

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Sep 7, 2007
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NJ
My wonderful wife stepped out into the dark to bring me a nice cup of coffee a few nights ago while I was working in the shed. Half way down the path, she asks me if there is something in her hair. I look and straight away, exclaimed, "OH isn't he BEAUTIFUL!! Don't move!" Now she is worried! "WHAT!? WHAT IS IT!?"

Once captured, I grabbed my potted lime tree and set him gently on a leaf for a few mug shots. The one I got the other night had green eyes. This one has red. Not sure of the name of this species, there are so many to choose from.

Baz.

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MSIGuy

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May 30, 2005
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It's statements like that which make me glad I shave my head... creepy.

It looks like you've got some sensor dust or some spots to clone out though in some of the pics.
 

yawzway

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Feb 18, 2011
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I've only seen one of these ever in real life. Cool looking, but not while in your hair.
 

Wobistdu

It's statements like that which make me glad I shave my head... creepy.

It looks like you've got some sensor dust or some spots to clone out though in some of the pics.

dont you have a mohawk?
 

jsmonet

egg
Sep 20, 2002
1,328
so cali
you macro people are so weird O_O

feed that thing a hummingbird!

I think if my wife were to have been in that situation and I acted as you did, i'd be in a grave by now. she'd seriously murder me
 
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Goontz

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Feb 8, 2011
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Texas
I used to catch and play with these motherfuckers when I was a kid. I don't think I'd want to so much as get near the creepy-lookin bastards these days. Same with caterpillars :rofl:
 
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ASIGN_Baz

ASIGN_Baz

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Apr 26, 2009
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Australia
LOL! Thanks guys. Yep, noted on the sensor dust!

These little guys are so gentle and charismatic. I know they have some pretty violent ways (female eating males head after mating, ambushing hummingbirds), but other than their instinctual own world, they appear to be pretty intelligent. I heard if you feed them, they get used to it and come back for more, showing that they can learn.

Last month I rescued a large green-eyed one from my cat. It gave me this look of love before I let it go.

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