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Moon Landing

By kel55
used extension tubes on 105 mm macro lens to get this shot of some sort of flying ant , another holiday shot , unusual texture of wall made my think of a moon surface , used a torch in front of insect for the lighting effect, cheers for taking a look, also thanks to everyone who voted and gave awards to open doors , never expected it to do so well ,cheers Kel

Tags: Close-up and macro Digitally manipulated Wildlife and nature Flash and lighting

Voters: ugly, ColleenA, mashwood10 and 18 more

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ColleenA Plus
4 319 4 Australia
5 Aug 2013 3:55PM
Great capture, it does look like an alien landing on the moon

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5 Aug 2013 4:21PM
Really nice image Smile I've never used extension tubes but would like to give them a go at some point.
5 Aug 2013 4:27PM
Such an appropriate title, Kel!
The focus on the eyes is so accurate and draws your eyes straight to them.
Creative use of a torch for the background.
All in all, a superb image!SmileSmile
Hope you had a great holiday!
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2013 7:12PM
Superb imagery Kel...

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
5 Aug 2013 7:20PM
Not usually into bug images but this is something eye-catching different. Excellent piece of work

Mrsbass 3 2 1 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2013 9:13PM
Superb as always Kel - great colours and fantastic background - he really does look a little alien from another planet !
johnlw 9 1 10 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2013 9:44PM
Another Alien KelSmile They look so strange to us I wonder what we look like to them. Love the eyes and super detail.
Regards John.
abeeror2 4 22 Australia
5 Aug 2013 10:23PM
Wow this is a amazing.
6 Aug 2013 12:27AM
Very CoolGrin

almiles 7 38 102 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2013 6:14AM
Quite a surrreal effect but you got the compund eyes pin sharp from the look of this one and the symmetrical comp works well.

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