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Chubby Pillar

By tonyguitar
Kids noticed this one on the gravel. Took some images and then put him back in the 'green' where birds were less likely to spot him. Hope Chubby makes it. I wonder if his tufts will grow fuller. Not much chance of finding him again.

Tags: Insects Catapillar Wildlife and nature Green catapillar Green worm

Voters: CarolG, Andysnapper, KarenFB and 17 more


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Comments


tonyguitar 4 55 31 Canada
26 Aug 2014 7:01AM
Notice how this Canon 70 - 300 lens seems to focus forward of the face. Will focus mid section in future and get more included in 'the zone'. Do you macro - pros focus a little deep to get more included? TG

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Mollycat Plus
2 11 2 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2014 9:17AM
Natures incredible, that something like this could fly away one day. Excellent spot by the kids and capture by you.
Peter.
Nikonuser1 Plus
3 37 10 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2014 11:34AM
Great spot and capture TonySmile

Cliff
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
26 Aug 2014 3:08PM
Certainly chubby Tony.
And green too !!
Good shot.
Mick.
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
26 Aug 2014 5:05PM
This one should stay away from the Lion King crowd Smile A super image
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
26 Aug 2014 8:49PM
He's a greedy little critter by the looks of him and you were very kind to rescue him from a grizzly fate on the ground; and to have his portrait taken too - how lucky is that.Grin
Joan
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
26 Aug 2014 11:32PM
bet he eats a lot!
tonyguitar 4 55 31 Canada
27 Aug 2014 4:57AM
Well thanks. Never thought this morbidly obese salad eater would garner any attention. Learned that this lens focuses short in macro mode. That's a help too. TG
31 Aug 2014 4:51AM
Great detail here - and nice lighting. He's an impressive chap! Smile

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