Phantom Midge

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  1. NateS

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    Phantom midge. 2 image stack with a third image used just to clone the middle section in. Not the best image composition wise but such an interesting insect I thought I'd post it up.
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    I love those antennae!
     
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    Nice capture!

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    Thanks guys...the antenna was so cool...but made it so difficult to focus since it is much higher than his body....I didn't know what to focus on so I did a mediocore (at best) focus stack. Definitely a cool looking bug though..and wish I could have gotten a front shot to work out.
     

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