Macro variety!

Hayath

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The density of arthropods has reduced, but they're still to be found. Lucky and blessed to be living in this highly biodiverse part of the world :)

1.

Gastercantha geminata AKA Spiny orb weaver
One[/url], on Flickr

2.

Ant-mimic crab spider, Amyciaea sp male
One[/url], on Flickr

3.

Cotton stainer bug nymph
One[/url], on Flickr

4.

Katydid close-up
One[/url], on Flickr

5.

Dandelion flowers
One[/url], on Flickr

All shot on the Olympus OMD EM10 m2, 60mm macro, Godox TT 350O with a DIY diffuser.

C&C sought.

Cheers!
Hayath
 

Hayath

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The Flamenco spider (no.2) is different, Hayath, but the Haribo sweet (no.1) is fantastic! Lucky you, I am not jealous that you still have insects to photograph :) It's a bit grey and cold where we are..... sigh
Love the alternate names :)
Thanks much - hope the seasons get better soon!

If I ever get one as good as yours it would make my day
Too kind of you, thanks!

Fantastic shots! You certainly know how to get excellent shots from the E M10 and 60mm macro lens!
Thank you! It is a lovely setup
 

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