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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 10:43 am 
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Aw man !!!

Im not a spectacular fan of bugs and such, but when they are displayed in this way i can really enjoy looking at them.

I really like the picture of a spider catching the green lice.

And then the bug with the trunk.... what the heck was that? :)


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All i can say to thoes photo's is wow!

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Houtmeyers Peter wrote:
the larger insects(dragons,grasshoppers) are photographt with a Canon 300mm tele.


Just zoom in and take the shot, or do you have something attached to the lens?

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Houtmeyers Peter,

those are one the best insect pictures i've ever seen! great shots, (i didn't know flies used drops of water like that to drink!) and so many species! were they all in one place? on the same day?

thank you for those wonderful pictures, they made my day!

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Out of this world!!!



I really enjoyed that, Brilliant. Many thanks for sharing this with us and also for the technical info!!

Long may you take pictures!!



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