Posted on June 22, 2012
By Michael Griffiths
22nd June 2012:
Category: Hoverfly. Tags: Macro photography, nature, Nature Photography., Neoitamus cyanurus, Wilden Marsh, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, wildlife photography
Thank you, Mary Lou. 🙂
Reblogged this on Tsinelasnirotchie's Photoblogs and Adventures and commented:
I would love to learn this image capture using an iphone4, is it possible?
Thank you Rotchie. No this image was captured with a canon 500D and a EFS 60 mm macro lens. 🙂
Hi Mike, I guess this is fly of the family Asilidae. Flies with beards are mostly robberflies. Do you know http://www.diptera.info ?
You are correct. The marsh and Hoo Wood are awash with them at the moment.
Here too. How about Horse Flies? They are coming …:)
If they turn up on the marsh, I will shoot them. 🙂
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