They are living amongst us, those little aliens :o). Let's have a closer look at those little monsters, who seems to prefer roses too.
No, that's no pedestrian crosswalk of nature, it's a spotted longhorn.
I'm not sure, whose butt that is. Couldn't persuade it to look into the camera.
Attention, please, make the runway clear!
Brambleberry are delicious, but I prefer them a little bit later, when this little guy has done its job.
Must be a girl, loves to wrap herself in pink clouds with beautiful fragrance.
The zucchini spider. What? You don't know this species? LoL, well, I confess, I made up its name. But have a closer look:
It looks as if it has a little Zucchini at its butt, don't you think so?
Wants to be cool and wears dark sunglasses.
This bee has been very busy. Look at those bags on her legs.
Sometimes I'm really happy to be bigger than those terrifying looking monsters of mother nature ... but I guess, they fear us too, and we are really bigger. Booooaaaah, a human!
Don't be that shy, Mr. Flower Chafer. You don't have to fear me, because I won't grab to scissors or other brutal methods. You look so lovely with your shining shell and you are welcomed.
Well, maybe the beetle did hide because of the blue tit. Family blue tit have rather noisy youngsters in the nestbox.
Uff, this climbing is rather hard work, indeed.
And whose butt is this?
It's the bee beetle. Isn't it a beauty?
Without any insects, but nevertheless a beauty. It's the rose Gentle Hermione, which petals usually has the color of a soft pink. I made the photo against the light into the shadow and that's how the petals became so white.
Unfortunately the sun is having a break today, but I'm happy about it, the garden was in urgent need of some rain. Have a lovely week.