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Posted By: eaglem, 11-26-2020, 06:44 AM

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11-27-2020, 10:37 AM   #2
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to the flowers
Nice capture - a fly doesn't stay anywhere very long.
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Nice capture - a fly doesn't stay anywhere very long.
Thank you and you're not wrong about that, they're always on the move.
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Nice shot, as I was scrolling down I noticed the flower then wondered where the title came into it...... until i saw the fly! Nicely done

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Nice shot, as I was scrolling down I noticed the flower then wondered where the title came into it...... until i saw the fly! Nicely done
Thank you
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Cool catch, EM. How do you get these insects to stand still long enough to photograph? I can't seem to do that - maybe I just bug 'em.

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Cool catch, EM. How do you get these insects to stand still long enough to photograph? I can't seem to do that - maybe I just bug 'em.

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That is a very good point Jer
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