Insects

turchan

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So I was taking a few shots yesterday dawn, and I found this little insect on our Chinese Lemon tree. I really like the way it was taken, tho I don't know what's its name.

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What are your fave photos of insects?;)
 

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A Magicicada from earlier this year.
 

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Busy bee

Some nice shots everyone. These can be tough to get because they often don't sit still for long.
Caught this one beeing a busy bee. I was shooting other things and this guy showed up. The lens I was using is not a Macro, but I shot them anyway.

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Another honey bee shot.
Keeping a focus with an adapted Micro-Nikkor-P 55mm macro is tough. The focal area seems smaller that when this lens is used on a Nikon body.

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Honey Bee - 2 - NEX-5N - Micro-Nikkor-P Auto 55mm f 3.5 by Robert M. Williams, on Flickr
 

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Another honey bee shot.
Keeping a focus with an adapted Micro-Nikkor-P 55mm macro is tough. The focal area seems smaller that when this lens is used on a Nikon body.

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Honey Bee - 2 - NEX-5N - Micro-Nikkor-P Auto 55mm f 3.5 by Robert M. Williams, on Flickr
Looks like you got the focus spot on. Very nice image!
 

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Hi Dave,
Great and sharp pictures of honey bee.
Robert I like your butterfly pictures also specially the first butterfly was pretty.
 

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I really like the last one. The white on the wing lining up with the stalk(?) in the background is perfect. I do like the translucent quality of the wings in the first shot as well. Nicely done.
 

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Here's a mantis that came to visit just the other day. Shot with a Nikon 60mm Micro with a 5N.

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Like I said previously, insects and bugs scares the willies off of me, nevertheless though this photo is brilliant.
 

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