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Old Dec 27, 2015, 2:17 AM   #1
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It has been long since I even SAW one, so lost no time in grabbing these when I found one on the oleander plant.







The last one was using Raynox 250.
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Old Dec 27, 2015, 2:43 AM   #2
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Did you use a tripod with your Raynox, I have never really come to terms with mine, though I must admit I probably haven't given it a fair go, summers coming, so i will find something interesting for it. I like your colourful caterpillars.
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Thanks, Jon. No, I didn't use a tripod. In fact, that caterpillar was chest-high on the plant, but always hidden behind close branches and leaves, so I had to hold the camera on one hand and make way for the shot with the other. Glad you like these.
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Nice. Like the last one the best.
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