Posted on June 23, 2012
By Michael Griffiths
23rd June 2012:
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve
The eyes look cool… 😛
Indeed they do! 🙂
It’s actually cute!
One person’s ugly is another’s cute. 😉
Such large eyes! All the better for seeing with: differently to us, no doubt.
Gladly, what can I do for you?
That was a reference to the movie the fly! Sorry, that counts as one “crying wolf”!
Really? I didn’t know that.
I just love your macro photography. Your photos inspire me. I still haven’t been able to get that close, but i’ll keep working on it.
Thank you, Maralee. Inspiring someone is a big thing. I don’t do anything special, apart from point a camera and press a button. Maybe I have steady hands. 🙂
I think you must have ‘super’ steady hands – I know I couldn’t get these images, even with a tripod. But you also must have excellent eyesight to spot these insects in the first place. I just don’t seem to see insects on the ground at all. I wonder if it’s a case of the public walking paths I use are devoid of insects due to the constant human traffic. If I had a chance to walk out in the countryside, maybe I would spot more insects?
Whatever the case, I am thoroughly enjoying the wide range of insect macros you’re sharing. Some of them are downright spectacular.
Thank you, Vicki. I do have steady hands. 🙂
I’m with Vicki on this one. You must have excellent eyesight & a very steady hand! I’ve been trying to get macro shots with an EFS100mm lens and they are hopeless.
Well, I will admit that a little practice can bring results.:)
This is a spectacular macro shot, Mike. I’d say you’ve outdone yourself here. Keep it up!
Thank you. Gary. 🙂
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