Lady Bug, Nikon 200mm f/4 micro.

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Pretty simple. HH, ambient outdoor sunlight. D3, Nikon 200mm f/4 micro.

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You should have shot around that foreground stuff - it is distracting. The almost centered composition isn't very interesting and the head of the beast is OOF.

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Larry
 
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DOF is very shallow under these conditions. Those are simply some more pine needles in the foreground.

Thanks for looking,
Rick
Right that was one option I thought of, or I thought it might have been some PP effect (cloning something out or some such). In any case, I would get rid of it via cropping to improve the image.

Very nice sharpness for using the 200/4 HH!!!
 
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