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Old Apr 16, 2012, 9:31 AM   #1
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Found this guy hiding under a tiny leaf bud maybe about 1/3 inches long. The wind was blowing so it made for a very difficult shot.

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Old Apr 16, 2012, 5:23 PM   #2
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G'day jj

Very well done mate - love it
Excellent sharpness, good exposure, [whites are white], camera angle & composition well chosen

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G'day jj

Very well done mate - love it
Excellent sharpness, good exposure, [whites are white], camera angle & composition well chosen

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Thanks Phil.

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Excellent my friend!
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Nice. I am always noticing how much even the slightest breeze affects the subject when I am doing macro shots.

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Well spotted jj. It is tiny for sure!
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Nice. I am always noticing how much even the slightest breeze affects the subject when I am doing macro shots.

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Thanks Steve. Does not take much wind to move the small things.

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fantasic capture jj, and agree with phil, good angle too. nailed that wee beasty!

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