Fly on Yellow flower

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  1. Dao

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    Dao
    Yellow is always hard to capture, especially in brighter light.

    You did an exceptional job in the capture of the fly, I really like the colors, and they contrast well with the flower itself.
     
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    Both are really good.
    What lens was this shot on?
     
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    Thanks.

    The photo as taken with
    - 40D
    - EF 100mm f/2.8 (non-USM)
    - Home made diffuser for my flash triggered remotely
    at 100mm 1:1, 1/200, f/14 & ISO100
     
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    it's a really precise shot, great job!
     
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    awwww....the second cropped photo is great!
    the fly is all in yellow pollen!!!!
    did you notice how greatits eyes are.....sand brownish color..
    great job, Dao
     

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