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PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 11:48 pm 
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Moth Macro

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Great capture there.

At first glance i thought, wooooow thats really bad vinegretting arround the wings. then i realised :shock: its the colour of the edge wings! (slaps forehead)

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Hey Angelo, that's a nice one: "vinegretting" :D Must be the sauce that is around the wings 8)
Others use vignetting for this effect. But yours is definitively more creative :wink:

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Doh! Should really check my spelling before i post! :oops:

Ah you know what i mean Purple fringing... :lol:

Plus i'm sure moth vinegrette wouldn't be that bad! :roll:

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I like the picture! Does it look a bit grainy though or is that the pollen?

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its pollen, its a lot easier to tell with the large hi res shot i have on my machine

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link to full size hi res
remember to click on photo after it loads then hit f11

http://www.photophanatic.com/moth-macro-full-size.jpg

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I see, very nice :)

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