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Bees, Flys.... whatever......

M38A1

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Sorry Daryl, but today I had to break out the Nikon 105Macro again, but this time on flys. They seem to sit still much better than the bees.

I guess I've turned my D90 into a Point&Shoot as there was NO post-processing done to this shot other than the crop. I'm really digging this lens!



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drfood

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Ok, can I have your credit card number then if you insist on egging my other 1/2 on? :rofl:

BTW, I really like the shot and am very jealous
 
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Very nice shot. I'm not familiar with that lens but I'm definately going to have to do some research on it. It looks great.
 

WoodButcher

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Yep, they have hair and I think those little white things are small mites on the fly

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cruisin

well, this isn't a bee or a fly so it must fall in the "whatever" category.

shot from ground level with a Canon A620 (point & shoot 7.1 megapixel)
 

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