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Critters in the garden

Took some macro shots in the garden, these were shot last week, I used a flash and diffuser to keep an adequate shutter speed.

Sony A7RIV and Laowa 100mm 2.8 Macro
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Old 12-10-2020, 08:51 AM
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Very nice images!
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Great pics. Great to see the critters up close. I recently completed a bee keeping course and apparently bees have an extraordinary number of different ways of sensing pheromones with their antennae. Bee talk.
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Great pics. Great to see the critters up close. I recently completed a bee keeping course and apparently bees have an extraordinary number of different ways of sensing pheromones with their antennae. Bee talk.
Thanks Ray, interesting creatures those bees are
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That last one is 'The Bees Knees'
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Beautiful stuff indeed, well done.

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Really nice pictures. I used to get a lot of bees, Christmas beetles and butterflies here but I haven't seen any in years. Something's off.
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Thanks Leon
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Really nice pictures. I used to get a lot of bees, Christmas beetles and butterflies here but I haven't seen any in years. Something's off.
Thanks that's really weird not to see bugs where they used to hang out, that's like a scifi movie
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