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Thought I'd go with something a very common, but very difficult to shoot as they don't sit still for any length of time and because of their long legs, trying to get they whole of them sharp is a near impossibility, hence the reason I concentrated on the body & head in these images. Enjoy or run behind the settee and hide
A few from my files
One from me.
Don't have a macro lens - use my 300mm zoom
Another with the 300 zoom
and again! taken by a local stream
I have so many to choose from!
Volucella bombylans (a hover fly which mimics the white tailed bumble bee!)
Taken on the local "Butterfly Walk".
Ladybird on blossom.
Not macro shots of the insects - but the first time
my grandson 'met' a butterfly ....... a facinating experience
Quote: Not macro shots of the insects
And there was me thinking they were insects
What an incredibly high standard of images that have been posted so far, especially like the one of Kaybee's Grandson.......Well done guys and gals, think I might have to post a few more to in order to compete later on
Hey - one I can enter a couple of my favourite pics in and they're alive for a change
A Maybug or Cockchafer
And a Honey Bee
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