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Old Apr 9, 2012, 1:57 PM   #1
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Tried to get some shots of tiny bugs Sunday but the wind made it almost impossible. Both bugs are on dandelion blooms.





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Fantastic shots JJ!!

I think I'm gonna let the macro photos for my Pany... not for Sony
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Amazing shots and details, great job dear Jim!!
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amazing shots, great details!!!
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Impossible or not, you did very well.
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JJ; it may have been almost impossible with the wind; but you accomplished the impossible; those are fantastic shots! I especially like #1.
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nice job, jj!!
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Thanks guys for the kind words.

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WOW! these are amazing shots jj. im in awe for sure, gimme more! lol
detail and crop are perfect and excellent DOF. sir, i salute you!
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WOW! these are amazing shots jj. im in awe for sure, gimme more! lol
detail and crop are perfect and excellent DOF. sir, i salute you!
Thanks John for the kind words.

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