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Maine #1

By handlerstudio  

We are back from a few weeks in Spain....a wonderful trip, still sorting from the 3000 photos I took. To keep a little personal chronology, I am will run a (relatively) brief series of our trip to Maine in 2018. Started in Western Maine, visiting our friend Rob Sieminski, a truly wonderful ceramist in Philips Maine. He is also a gardener...attracting many insects.

Good to be back. Things have been a bit busy....I'll try to stay more engaged with EPZ till a craft show next weekend.


Tags: Beetle Close-up and macro Maine Macro nature insects

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taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
3 May 2019 2:59AM
That looks like a mighty evil bug! well togged!

Yellow primroses were beautiful this year-- pretty much over now-- Thanks for that bit of lovely color!

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debu 10 India
3 May 2019 5:48AM
Excellent capture.
3 May 2019 6:08AM
Well captured and look forward to seeing your 3000 photos.SmileWink
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
3 May 2019 11:25AM
Think I would avoided those pincers Peter.
3 May 2019 1:59PM
A fine capture of this sharp pincered bug, Peter.
Good luck with sorting the 3000 photos!!

Joline Plus
13 30 54 United States
3 May 2019 2:44PM
That is one mean looking critter....did you identify it?

Quote:That is one mean looking critter....did you identify it?

I did not ID it, Joline.

Nikonuser1 Plus
7 161 16 United Kingdom
3 May 2019 4:59PM
That is one mean insecy PeterSmileSmile

Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
7 May 2019 1:03AM
Exquisite insect captured... God macro photography...
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