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Old May 6, 2005, 2:14 PM   #1
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Qualifies for walking the ramp at a fashion show. Has all the engradients to make it a supermodel. Long legs, big eyes, exotic clothing, and not much between the ears.:-):-):-)Call me MCP but these are the facts.

BTW, is that green cyndrical thing a coiled hose?
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Yeah, just resting on a garden hose. Wife ran a mile when she saw it!
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Were you using any special close up lenses or was this just shot in macro mode?
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Yes, I was using some cheap close-up lenses (4 in a set +1,+2,+4 & +10)I brought off ebay(£14.99). The one I used on these shots was +4, not the best but they do the job. Youstill have to get fairly close, but the details not bad. Will get the Nikon 6T next it seems very good from the shots I've seen posted here.

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Yeah, just resting on a garden hose. Wife ran a mile when she saw it!

The fly or the hose??:lol:

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Nice shot, but kill it. It looks like a Crane Fly which will lay eggs in your lawn and the larva will eat the grass roots. They are very difficult to get rid of.
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