I have never photographed Cicadas before. I was in my garden photographing flowers when this Cicada landed by my side. I removed the camera from the tripod, set it to aperture priority f5.6 and ISO 400. I moved almost 180 degrees from my original position. I decided to act fast so I hand held the camera, something I do not do often. I took several shots and this was probably one of the best. It was interesting for me to see the insect moving its face erratically and jerking the body at times. If that is a normal behaviour this time of year for them, I do not really know. It was cooler than it has been here in South Florida. Old D1X Old 105 f4 AIS Micro Nikkor. Old photographer. William Rodriguez Miami, Florida.