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a dew weeks ago, I completely overhauled my courtyard and turned it into a pile of weeds and pavers to a pond with a waterfall and loads of different plants. Since then there have been various critters making their way to my courtyard including this little guy that is here during the hottest parts of the day every day. I took advantage and got some practice with my camera. Here are my favorites. Any feedback that I can get is greatly appreciated.

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This is intense. I don't know what else to say.
 
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This is intense. I don't know what else to say.

Is it intense like passionate love making or intense like the smell coming from the unwashed dishes in my sink?

in other words is it a good or bad intense?
 

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These are amazing. If your looking for critique the only thing I can say is you cut off the wings in the first picture, but that's only cause your asking. These truly are amazing, def. Not like the smell coming from your sink.
 

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lol good amazing.
 
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Thanks guys. I was intentionally cropped the wings in the first shot does it not work?

The lens was a Tokina 100mm Macro. I also used the Nikon R1 close up lighting system.
 

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