Fall Pumpkin Patch, no kids, just a Lady

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  1. photospherix

    photospherix TPF Noob!

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    While I was at the local Pumpkin patch, my oldest was running around and my wife was toe behind, that gave me a chance to play with the camera.

    I am open to thoughts and suggestions. Macro is not my thing.

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    Josh220 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I wish it was a red ladybug instead of an orange one. :(
     
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    This is beautiful. I love the composition and the orange bug works fine for me.
     
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    Josh66 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    :lol: I was expecting a different kind of lady...

    I like this a lot though.

    :thumbup:


    But it's so much cooler this way.
     
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    Red ones are Ladybugs... Orange ones are called Asian Beetles.. Nasty little buggers :D
     
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    I just figured the orange ones were one sex, or the other, and the orange ones are everywhere this year. I though it was just a boring stage night in the midwest.
     
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    I prefer the shot with an Orange lady bug than a red one. Like it!
     

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