Moths

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  1. OWLP

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    Lots of moths were attracted by the light. Here are a few shots of a couple of them. Used: Canon 40D, 100mm macro lens, 36mm Kenko tube, ring flash.

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  2. DennyCrane

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    Very nice! I'd love to see some shots of them head-on.
     
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    Thanks. At least one portrait shot I got here:

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    Wow. Love that last portrait shot! The background color lends itself to the moth. And those eyes!

    Great capture.
     
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    Schweeeet
     
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    Thanks Rekd. :D
     

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