Its a bug's world

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  1. LongDucDong

    LongDucDong TPF Noob!

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    No doubt indeed. I spent a few hours yesterday walking around a forest preserve. Recent rains have really spurred the bug population. It was crazy!!! Never seen so many bugs out and about. Here are some shots:

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    I really hate spiders, but that is a GREAT shot! Nice series overall. What lens did you use?
     
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    Wow you reply fast! :hail: LOL

    Thanks! Its a Kodak EasyShare Z700, set on macro. Its a fixed-lens camera, which sucks, but itll have to make-do until I get my XTi. :heart:
     
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    Thats what happens when your at work! ;)
     
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    Wow, awesome shots!! That dragonfly in #4 is very nice, love the detail and how he fills the frame, that couldn't have been easy. The spider shot is nice too, nice composition, and perspective, I surely wouldn't go looking at it that way :) Like the bee shot in #9, just wish he wasn't smack in the middle of the frame, maybe would have been neat with a little more of the plant and the bee framed a little higher. Nice work!
     

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