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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Yvette, May 14, 2007.
Both handheld with my 105VR.
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Really sharp picture. You are lucky to have found a newly emergent adult. Thanks for posting.
Thanks Rob. Am I right in guessing that this is a Cicadas?
Nice images, glad to see your enjoying your 105
Thank you Jeff. I can't put my camera down with the 105 on it. I think the neighbors think I have lost it chasing after bugs all day.
Very cool! I love stuff like that. We're in the process of watching 11 caterpillars turn into butterflies, so I guess I'd better start shooting...half of them have already formed their chrysalids!
Wow what a catch, good shot
Thanks Sommer. It was a lucky find. I am looking forward to seeing some of your shots.
Thank you Gale.
You should be hearing them around the yard now. Still a little early for them up here in North Carolina.
Thanks Rob. Yes I have heard them.
Very nice. Light is a little harsh but like the colors and compo.
Thanks Mark. It was getting dark and I had to use my built in flash so I guess that is why the light is so harsh. I need to figure out a way to diffuse the flash light in situations like this.
Hey! are'nt you the lucky one, actually catching it emerging from it's shell!
I have a pic similar to yours, just the shell.
nice series yvette.
Thanks Kevin. Yes I was lucky. I usually only see the shell too.
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