Some more shots

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  1. LongDucDong

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    #1 Six spotted tiger beetle:
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    #2 Shot through a magnifying glass (this mantis is TINY):
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    #3 War and love:
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    #4 M R ducks:
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    #5 Kerplunk:
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    I really like the one of the mother and son. Great shot!
     
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    Thank you! Those belong to me. :)
     
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    #3 :thumbup:
     
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    "Kerplunk" is a cool idea!
    Who threw the handfull of stones for you?
    Did it require many attempts to get it so right?
     
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    Thanks!

    My son (pictured in #3) threw those, only took a few attempts to get it right. I had him throw them near the junk in the water. LOL The river is thawing and any junk that happens to be in the river gets snagged in the ice jams, here the debris was free floating and looked like an interesting (but sad and nasty) subject.
     

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