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Day 01 October 2011: Macro Photography Examples

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nik111 e2
6 2.1k United Kingdom
1 Oct 2011 12:00AM
Today we want to see macro shots of insects and other wildlife.

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bfgstew 8 668 105 England
1 Oct 2011 12:09AM
Took this one the other day in my garden, 'tis an insect and used macro lens........Wink

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f8 11 9.2k 22 England
1 Oct 2011 12:50AM
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avacreates 3 362 1 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2011 2:27AM
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Meet Huney, he was drowning in our dogs bowl, my daughter tipped him out onto our back porch, I then decided to record his recovery. His colour was off and he couldn't raise one of his wings. He proceeded to remove the excess water from himself while I took these photos; he was very patient with me getting in his face. He dried off and buzzed off home. I'd like to thank Huney for not stinging me Tongue
avacreates 3 362 1 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2011 2:33AM

Quote:Took this one the other day in my garden, 'tis an insect and used macro lens........Wink


Great photo - don't think I can get that close to a spider - moths, bees, ants ok but not spiders, although, come to think of it, I do have to get close to them when I put them in a jar and put them outside coz I don't like killing anything - we all have a reason to be here and share this planet - lessons
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avacreates 3 362 1 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2011 2:36AM

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I especially love the ladybeetles photo F8 good jobGrin
1 Oct 2011 4:10AM
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Shield Bug
Nikon D7000 + Tammy 90mm
1 Oct 2011 8:33AM
Taken about a month or so back - hope that counts - only just back from hols!! Sad

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Stuart463 e2
7 588 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2011 10:39AM
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akh e2
10 1.1k 5 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2011 10:44AM
Two from me.

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THFCPhil 3 24 England
1 Oct 2011 12:54PM
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THFCPhil 3 24 England
1 Oct 2011 12:59PM
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f8 11 9.2k 22 England
1 Oct 2011 1:18PM
Thank you Avacreates,welcome to the "club"
pf 11 33 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2011 4:51PM
Can someone advise how to post photos here please - DohhhhTongue
pf 11 33 United Kingdom
1 Oct 2011 4:53PM
Hope this works!

[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/frenchp/5902100767/][img]http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5074/5902100767_61ef02668e.jpg[/img][/url]
[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/frenchp/5902100767/]Hoverflies mating[/url] by [url=http://www.flickr.com/people/frenchp/]paulafrenchp[/url], on Flickr

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