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Backyard bugs
Lens: 100mm wr Camera: k5 Photo Location: Saugus Ma. ISO: 200 
Posted By: charliezap, 09-20-2011, 09:08 AM

My buggy friends are still active with the approach of cooler weather.K5 filters used on a few of these shots.--charliezap
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09-20-2011, 10:02 AM   #2
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Great Charlie. Love the natural ones better than the filtered ones, but they are not bad, not at all....
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Charlie, you really got the macro down, and the added internal filters adds a whole new dimension. I enjoyed viewing these and soon it will be so cold there won't be any bugs, so get as many as you can . Bob
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Capn - a nice set, for sure. Like Rense, I prefer the natural ones, but - you know - the filtration you chose works very well with these macros, something that would never have occured to me. I guess that's why they pay you the big bucks. Nice job.

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Great Charlie. Love the natural ones better than the filtered ones, but they are not bad, not at all....
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Charlie, you really got the macro down, and the added internal filters adds a whole new dimension. I enjoyed viewing these and soon it will be so cold there won't be any bugs, so get as many as you can . Bob
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Capn - a nice set, for sure. Like Rense, I prefer the natural ones, but - you know - the filtration you chose works very well with these macros, something that would never have occured to me. I guess that's why they pay you the big bucks. Nice job.

Jer
Thanks guys---Don't forget the "Before & After" contest should be posted in a few days using any filters on any Pentax camera.--charlie zap
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