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Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

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Originally Posted by Harold Gough View Post
Latest Baby Speckled Bush Cricket Images:

These insects grow rapidly so, if this is the same as one of the previous two, it might be distinctly larger. As a guide, the antennae are about 8mm long.

This one, after roaming around quite a lot, finally remained still at, or near, the tip of a leaf. Even so, with a brick wall behind me, twisting my body into the right position was difficult, mostly because the eye detection software in the viewfinder closes the image if my eye moves slightly away.

EM-1, Kiron 105mm, f16, twin flash, hand-held.

Harold.
The joys of Macro photography Harold the subject rarely takes direction
Nice shots.

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Cracker shots all.

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