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Discussion in 'Field Trips (Natural Habitats)' started by tarcan, Jul 23, 2009.
Super les photos Martin! C'était dans quel coin?
thanks Vincent, it was at park Angrignon
Always nice Martin, I'm shocked by the millipede posted earlier as well
Wow, great stuff. The clarity on those close up shots is amazing.
wow.. Im speechless.. this is by far the best thread ive seen so far.. ive SCOURED the tarantula pics section and there are a few great photographers that do wonders, but THIS THREAD rocks.. i love the diversity in it.. there is a little of everything. Amazing stuff and thanks for giving me stuff to look at.
thank you everyone for the very nice comments, it is much appreciated and motivating to keep on going!
a few more from this week end
That first one, I thought was really funny!
Spider waiting for it's lunch to jump!
closer view of the spider
smallest weevil I ver saw, that was at 2.5:1 maco with some cropping
last, the pictures are not so good, but that buterfly was gorgeous!
Great shots Martin!Love the photo of the ant tending to the aphids!
Its pretty amazing that some species of ants actually "farm" aphids for their honeydew...
And those r excellent photos as well...
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a few more from last week
Such incredible pics!
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thank you Robyn and Storm
A few more from Saturday, a tiny little angel! A nice plume moth
same moth, but a portrait at 4:1 macro with some cropping
a few more from last week-end, season coming to an end!
Wow. As always, you take some incredible pictures!
thank you Shrike! Much appreciated
Here are a few from my last outing two weeks ago
a cute tiny fly
and the holy grail of hover flies, I thought I would have a heart attack!
here is a portrait of the first fly of the previous post, lovely little thing, was taken at 4:1 with some cropping