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Sometimes we do get surprised
Lens: Pentax 100mm macro Camera: K5 Photo Location: Saugus Ma. 
Posted By: charliezap, 09-12-2012, 05:12 PM

I almost deleted this pic as a run of the mill dragonfly shot but when I looked close I saw what was going on.In nature the big do eat the small at times.I try to cruise the yard daily and see what mother nature is doing.I'm always getting surprised shooting from the hip..--charliezap

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09-12-2012, 07:56 PM   #2
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Nice series!
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ain't that the way of the world, ... nice clean shots,
cheers
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Now how cool is that, what a surprise

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Nice series!
Thanks Albert.If I had known what was going on I would have taken more shots.--charliezap
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Charlie, nature is always interesting. Well done. Now I am disappearing for 20 days. [Iceland] Cheers and can't wit to show some of my images. JIMBO
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Munchies. Um, um good. Great catch Charlie.
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Very fine captures! Hope it enjoyed its lunch!

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ain't that the way of the world, ... nice clean shots,
cheers
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Now how cool is that, what a surprise
I'm going to take my mag glass when I stroll the yard in hopes of spotting a lunch shot.
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Great find, congrats! Looks like a tasty snack.
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Charlie, nature is always interesting. Well done. Now I am disappearing for 20 days. [Iceland] Cheers and can't wit to show some of my images. JIMBO
Looking forward Jim to seeing pics of your trip.Have fun and stay safe.--charliezap
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Wonder what the animal kingdom thinks about how we eat?
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Munchies. Um, um good. Great catch Charlie.
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Very fine captures! Hope it enjoyed its lunch!
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Great find, congrats! Looks like a tasty snack.
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Wonder what the animal kingdom thinks about how we eat?
There is a pecking order in nature.Survival of the biggest and fittest.--charliezap
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Damn Charlie if you get any closer you'll have to do surgery !
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By the look of the tail end of the insect some food was in order! Nice catch even if it was unintentional.
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