In the bushes with some bugs

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    No comments!? Wow! I think these are awesome!!!

    I wish I had the equipment to get that kinda detail!
     
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    All very cool IMO, can't want to give it a go, think i need a better lens though. got the kit 18-55 and then the 55-200vr. would these work?
     
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    very nice shots. Really #3 and #4 :)
     
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    The detail in those is amazing. What for lens are you using?
     
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    Wow, i thought these just fell off the forum in silence :)

    Thanks for the comments! I got these with my D200 & 105VR and a homemade flash diffuser.

    @Stickman - if you cant get a true macro lens yet i would look into a BR-2A reversal ring and a cheapo 24mm prime.. I bought a sigma off ebay for $60 but any 24mm will work the same. That got me along great with macro until i got this 105. The sigma 150mm macro is also very nice for a lower price.
     
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    AWSOME Macro shots! Very sharp and detailed.
     

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