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Old Mar 25, 2005, 11:43 PM   #1
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taken with a Panasonic FZ20















and this one way back in september with a Canon PowerShot A75




sorry for the small thumbnails, they're for my website. plase comment and keep in mind, i did not use any add on lens(wish i had one!)
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Old Mar 26, 2005, 7:01 AM   #2
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Very good pics Yemil, but you sure have some ugly critters down your way. Particularly no. 2 & no.3. Number 1 wouldn't link to the larger version.

Going back to no. 2. I call this a Johnny Nash situation................ there are more questions than answers. You call it 'Spider'. What sort of spider ? Is it indigenous to Florida ? We don't see spiders like that in the U.K. (thankfully). Or is it from another planet ? (i could believe that !!). Does it's Mother actually love it ?

And number 3.......................Which end are we looking at ? :?

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Old Mar 26, 2005, 7:08 AM   #3
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fixed number 1 so it links to bigger version. thanks for the comments:-)

about the spider...i do not know whether its indigenous to Florida but i was told its a jumping spider. its very small, about the size of a thumb nail and a very active critter...it jumped on the camera and then on me:shock:

for the dragonfly, number 3 is the front(head) and number 4 is the back(tail). glad you liked them, i just cant wait till i can afford the nikon 6t(plus phayee adapter ~ $80-90) so i can take better macro's without having to be so close to these insects...i'm gonna get bitten one day you'll see!
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Thanks for clearing that up. Although my post was a little tongue in cheek. (I know the 'wink' is there but I do wish Steve would supply us with a tongue in cheek Emoticon.)

Looking forward to more when you get yournew lens.

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