Butterflies *lotsa pics*

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  1. doenoe

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    Went to Amsterdam Zoo yesterday to test my new macro lens. Offcourse i went to the butterfly garden, because it was warm and dry there......and the fact that there are butterflies there helped alot too.
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    Greetz Daan
     
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    3, 4, 12 are all my favs.

    all wonderful, tho.
     
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    Wonderful series - congratulations!

    Makes me want to go out and try macro - given me something to aim for.
     
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    Great shots! Number 7 really caught my aesthetic.

    -Shea :mrgreen:
     
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    #11 for me as its something a bit different
     
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    thanks for the replies :D
    I liked #11 too, when i looked on the LCD i could only hope that the head was in focus.........and it was :) In #7 the butterfly was sitting on a sign. Thought it was rather cool that both almost had the same color.
     
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    Wonderful stuff. Sharp, rich and vibrant. A pleasure to view. The website is good also. Love the infrarood and roofvogels... Looking forward to the next installment.
     
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    thanks for the compliment :)
     
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    very nice!
     
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    thank you :)
     
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    Love them all since I love macro photography. But my favorite one is #14! Reminds of a pic of a fly that I took (which also happens to be my avatar). You can actually see the hair on it's legs :D
     
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    Brilliant shots, sharp and great colour. Out of curiosity, how many mm for the macro lens?
     

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