Dragon Fly~

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  1. Vaporous

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    My second attempt with bugs! This time with the Nikon;)

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    that's pretty cool. did you take it at full 135mm. with a tripod?
     
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    Thanks

    I have old Kodak software (from a previous cam) that loads my pics on the computer and it reads a focal length of (202mm? which is weird). But no I didn't use a tripod. With all the movement of the dragon fly I would have never caught it.
     
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    The 202mm is the 35mm equivalent focal length.

    Great shot. I like the composition quite a lot and it's very sharp.
     
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    I hadn't seen this before Melis. Gorgeous shot.
     
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    Cool shot... Bugging these bugs with cam is pretty hard... I am working on Bug macro Capture from las few days... I know how frequently they fl and how much you have to run after them!!! Really neat work
     

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