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Old May 7, 2009, 5:10 PM   #11
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Wow! They didn't get away this time. Great shots, fantastic when realizing manual focus.
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Thanks Jim,
the first one did, (scorpion fly) saw some other but they where gone before I could get in their neighborhood. I didn't knew what those other flies where so took them as subject. Now that I read that they might have seen me as a possible dinner it'll take some time before I go back after those.
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Old May 7, 2009, 5:11 PM   #12
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A very well spent hour, Ronny!

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Old May 7, 2009, 5:29 PM   #13
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No flies on these pictures of flies! Nice to see you active again.
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Those are great Ronny!
I love insect macros.
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Very nice pictures! I wondered how you were doing - I remember you posting that you were pretty immobile for a while. You certainly haven't lost your touch.
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Very sharp. Fantastic job.

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Those are great Ronny!
I love insect macros.
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Thanks GW, been a bit of going after insects after having an infected insect bite last year.
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Very nice pictures! I wondered how you were doing - I remember you posting that you were pretty immobile for a while. You certainly haven't lost your touch.
Thanks Harriet,

the immobility has been over for a few months (everything goes a bit more difficult, and slower) only I had to rethink what I wanted to do on/with the internet. Changed a lot, and am glad I'm back here.
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