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 Post subject: Wasp portrait
PostPosted: Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:39 pm 
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Wasp portrait XIV by Gustavo Mazzarollo, on Flickr

With the daylight increasing the wasps started to return, no nest archictecture at this time but some solitary ones appear in my home. This one received a little honey on finger.

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580 EX II flash bracket mounted with a LumiQuest Mini SoftBox diffuser near the lens and silver bounce at right. Macro Gear and tests

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if this is not amazing,I don't know what is :shock:

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yes it is amazing
even better it's GMAZZing


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superb close up Gmazza very alien looking
cracking capture welldone :)

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Wow, one of the best macro shots I've seen...

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well done m8, awesome

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Thanks folks appreciated :D

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my whole family wowed at your photo for at least 10 minutes. Truly Amazed

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Had a brief look through your photostream on flickr. Wow.. just incredible! I've never seen insects with such detail so close up. I'm seeing these creatures in a whole new light. That MP-E 65mm is an insane lens.

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