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Insect photography or macro photography

Draco

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Promachus vexator or assassin fly, devouring a bee
 

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Draco

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Spider
 

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Always..Lookin

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White Face Hornet.

GOD Bless

Chris
 

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Draco

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some beautiful photos. Could you tell me what lens you used? They have spectacular sharpness. Thank you
 

Always..Lookin

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some beautiful photos. Could you tell me what lens you used? They have spectacular sharpness. Thank you
I use a Nikon B-700.It is also 'uniform of the day'.I go nowhere without my camera.
 

Draco

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I know very well that type of camera. I had something similar but from Olympus. I have been using a Nikon D5100 DSLR for a few years now and I don't go out without my camera either.
Thankyou
 

Always..Lookin

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I know very well that type of camera. I had something similar but from Olympus. I have been using a Nikon D5100 DSLR for a few years now and I don't go out without my camera either.
Thankyou
I really enjoy recording what I see around me.

 

Sven

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Have a bug file somewhere
 

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Draco

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Sven, a few months ago I had to buy more Asclepia curassavica plants, because twenty-three Monarch caterpillars, they ate too much ... haha. One of them could not fly, so we were feeding it, until the end of its days.
 

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fyrffytr1

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I love macro photography and all these pictures are great. Right now I am using a Nikon D-5200 with either the 18-55mm or 55-200mm lenses that came with the camera bundle. I am saving my money to get the NIkon 105mm macro lens. Here are a few pictures I took over the past couple years. The bug in the first image is about 1/8th inch long.


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fyrffytr1

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I just identified the bug. It is a Wheel bug and is a member of the assassin bug family. It's bite is also painful to humans.

 
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