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 Post subject: Insects in my garden
PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 2:07 am 
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It's spring this side of the world so the insects are starting to come out in droves. I haven't long been doing macro but am finding it increasingly interesting and the bonus is I can do it anywhere. Image

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I love the third one!

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Brrrrrrrrrr! :shock: I hate spiders, But #1 is great. I love the ants action shot. Amazing little critters.

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Thanks for your comments. I was watching those ants and the effort and co-operation needed was incredible - especially for the larger soldier beetle.
The spider is really quite small and not dangerous - I steer well clear of the larger ones and ones I know to be venemous.


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YIKES, some of those pics are down right scary, LOL. Great shots


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OMG, NICE ! Love it how you caught them "doing their job" !

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