OMG....MORE!!??!! (contains spider pics)

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  1. doenoe

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    yes, more. Went out bug hunting again today and a bunch of different bugs then i shot today.....and some i allready saw :)
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    #2 This is the first tick i ever saw live....pretty cool bugs.
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    #7 I was suprised this butterfly let me get this close. There was about 10cm between it and the lens.
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    #8 And this is probably the best spider pic i ever made :)
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    And even more on www.daanschouwe.nl
    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    Daan, every one of these is a really good shot!! Wonderful detail
     
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    I'm going to have to point this one out to someone later...She has arachneeds.
     
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    "Arachneeds" heehee, that makes me laugh!
     
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    ...are they on me?!...
     
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    you've used what lens and camera? Very beautiful and detail
     
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    Very nice shots.. They make me jealous.
     
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    Wow! Magazine quality. You have some amazing talent.
     
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    all great quality shots, no doubt.....#1 is my favorite though, the reflection in the droplet is awesome!
     
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    A great series Daan. I love the droplet.
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Stellar work as usual Daan.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Thanks for the compliments everybody, really appreciate it :D
    These were shot with a canon 350D, Sigma 105 2.8 macro and a 430EX with a lumiquest softbox on it.
    And that droplet was tiny. Think it was 3mm or something like that, really had to crop in that one. But it was pretty cool to see that the reflection in the droplet itself was upside down :)
     

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