Big herbivore, small carnivore

A katydid dines on the bruised pink petals of rose Mrs Doreen Pike.  The long antennae assist navigation at night.  Because they are often nocturnal and usually well hidden, I don't often see katydids.  This one was easily seen perched on its pink meal but the bright green colour and vaguely leaf-like appearance made it pretty difficult to spot when it moved back under the rose leaves. 

Another beastie spied on a rose was less camouflaged, but much smaller and harder to spot for that reason...

It seems to me similar in shape to so-called square ended crab spiders.  This tiny white spider perches on a rosebud -  probably waiting for tiny prey.   The rose is safe - no veggies for this meat-eater!