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Old Jun 24, 2010, 1:50 PM   #1
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I think I saw a movie about this guy.






All these things sting!!!



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Bambi is so cute. Was he in your yard? I love the thistles too. Is that gooey thing a cicada? Leave it to you to spot that one. Bet you can't believe I actually posted a picture.
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Excellent series, Clint-

The macros are really coming along nicely.

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Photos are great, but how about info on them? What camera setting? Did you use aux close up lens? I would like to learn how do these photos.
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Yes Mommy and Bambi were in the back yard. He is cute ------- until he grows up and starts eating our plants and flowers.


That's a brown prionid beetle larva (also a Star Wars stand in)

You are doing quite good on your uploads!!

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Excellent series, Clint-

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Photos are great, but how about info on them? What camera setting? Did you use aux close up lens? I would like to learn how do these photos.

Thanks Sarah and Richie - I used the LC-55 Macro Converter on those shots on the macro setting (creative).
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