Smaller ones

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I spent yesterday together with some smaller ones trying to win back some of my former skills on macro photographing :D

  1. Thistle

  2. Noon Fly

  3. Marmalade Hoverfly

  4. Marmalade Hoverfly

  5. Marmalade Hoverfly

  6. Incoming

  7. Marmalade Hoverfly

  8. Longhorn Beetle

  9. Large Skipper

  10. Large Skipper

  11. Purple Emperor

  12. Purple Emperor

  13. Purple Emperor (male)

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  • StumblebumStumblebum I shoot, therefore I am Posts: 7,304Registered Users Major grins

    Fantastic Jorgen!

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    @Stumblebum said:
    Fantastic Jorgen!

    Many thanks, Taz :)

  • myvisionmyvision CanadaPosts: 226Registered Users Major grins

    Hello Jorgen, these are beautiful! I have ordered a 100mm macro lens and I can't wait to receive it so I can play around with it! I love close-up photography and it will be great to finally have the ability to get really close. My name is Joyce, by the way. I've enjoyed participating in some of the challenges and seeing all the beautiful entries like yours!

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    edited July 16, 2017

    @myvision said: ...

    Many thanks, Joyce. You can look for forward to many challenges :) Close-up photography is a hard discipline and demanded a lot of practice of me before I was satiesfied with the results.

  • cosmicrealitycosmicreality San Francisco, CaPosts: 26Registered Users Big grins
    4 and 6 are my favorite. Macro images of flying objects take some serious patience.

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  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Posts: 0 Many Grins
    edited October 7, 2017

    @cosmicreality said:
    4 and 6 are my favorite. Macro images of flying objects take some serious patience.

    Many thanks for your comment, Mike :)

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