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Globular springtail reflection

By philgood
This is a Globular Springtail about 2mm long, so very tiny, it is in a acer leaf looking into a micro puddle, must be checking out his beard I think!

Tags: Close-up and macro Macro close-up

Voters: Samuel_Aron, saeidNL, DeeWee and 9 more


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Comments


Stunning detailed macro!
Sam.

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4 Jan 2012 8:41PM
AMAZING ,
saeid
4 Jan 2012 8:48PM

Quote:Stunning detailed macro!
Sam.

Thanks Sam Smile
DeeWee Plus
8 8 1 England
4 Jan 2012 9:17PM
Wow - never heard of them - but know what they look like now! Brill macro shot - of something so small. I've just invested in a macro lens so hopefully one day I will be able to do something as good as you!Smile
Dee
hobbo Plus
6 1.2k 2 England
4 Jan 2012 9:18PM
WOW!....................I know just how small these fascinating little beastes are................you can find them even during winter beavering away under almost any long established leaf litter:

I deliberately set my garden with old bits of flat wood or a half log or two..it is amazing what you find lurking underneath them at all times of year:

Even if you don't do Macro Photography, it can be fascinating to explore with a good magnifying glass. especially if you have kids:

I ave a SONY 28-100 Macro lens plus a set of three extension tubes.....I do OK but not as OK as this:

More please!

Hobbo
4 Jan 2012 9:50PM

Quote:Wow - never heard of them - but know what they look like now! Brill macro shot - of something so small. I've just invested in a macro lens so hopefully one day I will be able to do something as good as you!Smile
Dee


Thanks Dee, you will my friend, practice practice and more practice, what macro lens have you got? Phil.
4 Jan 2012 9:53PM

Quote:WOW!....................I know just how small these fascinating little beastes are................you can find them even during winter beavering away under almost any long established leaf litter:

I deliberately set my garden with old bits of flat wood or a half log or two..it is amazing what you find lurking underneath them at all times of year:

Even if you don't do Macro Photography, it can be fascinating to explore with a good magnifying glass. especially if you have kids:

I ave a SONY 28-100 Macro lens plus a set of three extension tubes.....I do OK but not as OK as this:

More please!

Hobbo


Thanks Hobbo, good to hear someone is looking after these great little bugs, I will post more, and look forward to see your posts Smile
Ade_Osman 14 4.5k 36 England
4 Jan 2012 9:54PM
Another great effort......

Ade
4 Jan 2012 9:54PM

Quote:AMAZING ,
saeid


Thanks Saeid Smile
CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
5 Jan 2012 7:36AM
Stunning detail, another fine capture. Carol
KarenFB Plus
11 4.9k 171 England
5 Jan 2012 9:07AM

Quote:More please!


Definitely! Grin

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