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Old Feb 12, 2008, 3:36 PM   #11
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Old Feb 12, 2008, 3:38 PM   #12
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stunning macros..thhat too with a 90mm and the canon flash is amazing..

really good work and PATIENCE
Thanks nymphetamine. Ya macro photography takes ALOT of patience I'm realizing. It's also tough on the back and knees. LOL.

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Old Feb 12, 2008, 3:50 PM   #13
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Awesome Hung!!! The first really pops! My next fav is the last one. Beautiful. I have this same lens except mine isn't the Di version. Extremely sharp. Good use of the flash.....cheers....Don
Thanks Don! I don't think there is much difference between the Di and non-Di version. Just alot of marketing hype about coatings. I was trying to figure out which macro lens to get for awhile. After all of my research, it was the Tamron $90 mail rebate that got me. Can't beat that. Hahahah.

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Old Feb 12, 2008, 3:55 PM   #14
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Looks like you have mastered the technique and the equipment - No 1 and 7 are really outstanding in every way.
Thanks Penolta. I am always the student never the master when it comes to photography. :?How is your backyard faring these days? I'm curious as to your next crop of caterpillars and butterflies.

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Old Feb 13, 2008, 2:51 AM   #15
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Hung, don't talk like that, it was -24F here on Saturday night and has warmed up to a balmy 3F here this evening.

Nice shots, I really like the first and third one.

Tom
Hey Tom. Thanks for the comment. -24F WOW! That's some crazy cold Wisconsin weather you got there. I think it's time for another trip out to California for ya!

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thanks vp! just something different to shoot and play with. it's been kinda slow around here for birding at the local wildlife sanctuary actually. now with the arrival of spring ( sorry to break it to ya Tom aka ennacac ), the bugs are definitely on the move.

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Old Feb 13, 2008, 12:51 PM   #16
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Thanks Penolta. How is your backyard faring these days? I'm curious as to your next crop of caterpillars and butterflies.

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Not so well - almost nothing blooming. The inclement weather we have had has taken a toll on vegetation and onthe remaining Monarchs - emergence is delayed.Some die after emerging, or fail to emerge. Those that do emerge successfully leave immediately. There are still some caterpillars remaining and starting to pupate - There have been multiple crops and I am surprised that their reproductive cyclecontinues throughout the winter. The last of the Frittilary caterpillars have disappeared, and we saw only one newnew a couple of weeks ago, and it left, too. Our one Mourning Cloak is still active on the few warmer days, although I don't know what there is for it to feed on. We will see what Spring will bring. thanks for asking.
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These are so good I almost went to the back to get some repelant.



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These are so good I almost went to the back to get some repelant.



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Thanks Wacky Roger! I appreciate the comment. You can put away your bug spray now. hehehe

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1, 3 and 7...

Outstanding!


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Outstanding!

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