moon and unidentified bug

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  1. kyoungxlee

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    i know its a bit boring, if i had some mountains to put infront of it i would.

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    dont know what it is.
     
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    cool shots. I don't know what the bug is either, maybe a bit more of a macro shot of it, but hey, you've got to be original at the same time, which you did. You must have taken that moon picture lately huh?
     
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    I like them both. I struggle to get good moon shots, and yours is not too shabby. And the composition of the bug shot is different and kinda 'dramatic'. I look forward to seeing more of your work.
     
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    Me likey! A bit of the wabi-sabi... Just naturally or were you going for that specifically?


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    seeing as i didnt know what wabi-sabi was until now, i guess it was on accident.:p

    thanks for the comments
     
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    Very nice shots there. I like the composition on the "bug shot" as well. Ineresting stuff.
     
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    Great eye, keep them coming....... I also tried moon shots two nights ago but was not happy with the outcome :-(
     

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