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RichardC

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He or she not dead, just resting, and flew off into the bokeh a few moments after this.

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Henk van Slooten

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Housefly (Musca domestica )

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Darmok N Jalad

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I don’t often have the good fortune of a dragonfly landing, but one did as I’m field testing my new MC20. :)
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And then there are still the butterflies:
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I’d say the MC-20 doesn’t take away much sharpness, though nailing focus is a bit harder with the narrower DOF. All in all, really like the combo.
 

Darmok N Jalad

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Also, what the heck is this scary-looking thing? It looks like a dragonfly had a one-night stand with a horsefly.
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Hornworm with wasp eggs attached. I read that the wasp will eventually eat the Hornworm (before it eats our tomato plant)
 

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Thot I had a nice shot of a dragonfly until I landed here and saw all these eye-popping shots! Well done, all! My drangonfly is the first I ever shot in 72 years of doing photography. They are fairly non-existent and rarely seen in arid West Texas. And, I've not done much macro work. Once again to all -- great pix!
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