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Macro-fun in our back yard
Posted By: Rense, 08-26-2009, 09:52 AM

Shot today, in our back yard, with the Pentax-A 100/4 macro and a flash tube.

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08-26-2009, 11:11 AM   #2
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Looove the detail.
Brilliant images from you Rense.
Wouldn't have expected any less from you!
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Rense, you are having too much fun with your camera. Good work!

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These are pretty damn good

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Nicely done. All are great captures.
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AMAZING shots!
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Thanks a lot you all! Those bumblebees are terrible subjects, because they are moving around all the time. The flies in the second and third one are a bit more relaxed, givin' me some more time to focus.....
08-26-2009, 02:40 PM   #8
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Thanks a lot you all! Those bumblebees are terrible subjects, because they are moving around all the time. The flies in the second and third one are a bit more relaxed, givin' me some more time to focus.....
The bees were busy, the flies were probably 'pooped'.


You're becoming a hot shot with the macro Rense.

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Very nice Rense, especially the third one.
08-26-2009, 10:30 PM   #10
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Thats it!

I quit... you win...


Great shots... as 'he who shall remain nameless' said: "You're becoming a hot shot with the macro"


Really hot.
08-27-2009, 02:14 AM   #11
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The bees were busy, the flies were probably 'pooped'.


You're becoming a hot shot with the macro Rense.
Thanks mr. nameless (not my invention, so don't blame me please) !

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Very nice Rense, especially the third one.
Thank you Heinrich, your comments are always much appreciated!

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I quit... you win...


Great shots... as 'he who shall remain nameless' said: "You're becoming a hot shot with the macro"


Really hot.
Thanks Gus. Sorry, don't see the competition element, so keep playing....
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number two is spectacular... your patience and steady hand is enviable...
thanks for the posting....
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I see a career change Bee Keeper ? Or perhaps you should invest in one of those smoke guns to subdue your subject albiet from current results no need to
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Absolutely stunning images Rense!
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number two is spectacular... your patience and steady hand is enviable...
thanks for the posting....
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I see a career change Bee Keeper ? Or perhaps you should invest in one of those smoke guns to subdue your subject albiet from current results no need to
QuoteOriginally posted by scott-devon Quote
Absolutely stunning images Rense!
Thank you guys, much appreciated!
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