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Old 28th of March 2012 (Wed)   #16
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Umm, burtson, I do enjoy your pictures, but you really should post these in the Photo Sharing Wildlife section! This section is for "Wildlife Talk", meaning that we don't post pics unless they are in the context or part of the discussion, Wildlife Talk! The same goes for the macro shots, just post in the Macro Photo Sharing section!
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Old 24th of April 2012 (Tue)   #17
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I think bugs are interesting. Here are a beautiful one.
your bugs are great!! what camera,macro lense and settings did you use for these bugs.
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Old 29th of April 2012 (Sun)   #18
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the first one is kinda pretty ,but the others well i guess there alright for bugs LOL.
great pics tho
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another one, but from the friend that sells the XPRO close-up lens.
burtsun ,you are using the x-pro closeup lens,but attached to what lens,what camera and what settings to get these great bug pictures. the idea of a forum is to share info so that we can take pictures of bugs that are of top quality. Thanks for your help.
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