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I haven't posted here in a while but thought I'd share a few of the insects I've seen this spring.Female Eastern Pondhawk, f16, 1/250Male Tuliptree Moth, f7.1, 1/50Hemipteran Nymph, f18, 1/250Regards,Wasil
Wasil, thanks for allowing me to view what I usually cannot see! stan
Stan MillerA Roseville, CA Nikonian
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Haha! Thanks, Stan. Hope all's been well.
I love them all but I love the details of #2...
Fly safe, drive safe and keep safe.G'day and G'lock....IzzieGATEWAY SWIFT WING ST. LOUISMy Nikonians Gallery
Very nice. I assume the tulip tree moth is in the same "family" as a Luna moth? Many similarities to someone like me, an untrained eye.
Thanks very much, Izzie and Sheri. Sheri, yes, same family (Saturniidae) as the beautiful Luna Moth.
All good Wasil but I especially like the moth.John
Fantastic work Wasil. Love the Tuliptree moth.CheersLeigh
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Thank you, John and Leigh. I am trying a new FX body and it's more difficult to get big DOF and sharp images hand held as compared to my old D70.
Nice work,Haven't seen any of those beforeRegards,Gary
I used to have a photographic memory but never got it developed
Thanks very much, Gary. A good variety of things moving around here this spring season.Wasil
Wasil,All are great, but that moth rocks! Very nice.Mark SmithJust like I previsualized it, more or less...My Nikonians GalleryMy Website, www.lastdaylight.com
Hi Mark. Thank you!Wasil