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macro on termites and Jumping spiders
Lens: viviatar/panagor/voigtlander macro Camera: k5 Photo Location: singapore ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/60s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: marcusyoung, 08-31-2012, 04:38 AM

shot this today cropped 20 percent off from the frame














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Very nice captures !
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Nasty buggers well shot.---charliezap
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That last one almost made me take a swatter to my screen. Well done.

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Very nice captures !
Thank You, Jean Poitiers.


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Nasty buggers well shot.---charliezap
Thank You, Charlie..Nasty but beautiful to look at

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That last one almost made me take a swatter to my screen. Well done.
That was a friendly Jumping spider and its posing for me.. Take a swatter for other insects and serve dinner for the JS


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fantastic captures.... the last one is startling !! dave m
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fantastic captures.... the last one is startling !! dave m
Thank You. Done with dual flash lights


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These are fantastic macros Marcus. Jumping spiders make great subjects, but every time I see one I can't get the angle I need to focus on the eyes, which really make the shot on these little critters.You did great with these.

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