Life and Death

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It's just the way it is in nature, I suppose.
Two insects try to insure the species will go on..
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and one has lost its life so another will survive..
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D100 and Tamron 28-70 f/2.8, @f/22, tripod and off camera strobe.
Jarrell
 
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Nice find Jarrell.

You sure do find the most interesting things for us.

Your photography and vision is always superb :>)))))
 
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Gordon, I'm using the

greyflash said:
Nice images Jarrell with good lighting and DOF. What are you using for a backdrop
backdrop that I built for my model railroading habit, which is as expensive, if not more... than photgraphy. You can see part of it in the picture of me trying to figure out a problem. As usual.
The blue stuff in the foreground is extruded foam, which is very carveable.
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It sure is, Gordon

greyflash said:
Model railroading can be expensive and it looks like you are serious about your hobby. I will expect some images when you get it completed.
I've already redesigned this thing 2 times. The 'mountain' I'm comtemplating in the photo is now gone.. :smile:
Hopefully, one day when I have it well underway I can post some photos of it.
Jarrell
 

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