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Oct 01, 2005 16:12 |  #1

This is a Smoke Tree Sharpshooter in our orange tree. This is the first time I've seen one not head down so we took a closer look. My hubby took this picture with his camera and my 100mm macro lens and flash.

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Oct 01, 2005 16:15 |  #2

Looks like it's a Softshooter :D . Great close-up btw, very good detail.




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Oct 01, 2005 16:34 |  #3

man, what did he eat? LOL. nice macro.


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Oct 01, 2005 18:43 as a reply to 4nR's post |  #4

Fantastic capture, very well done. Excellent teamwork. very sharp as well.:D


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Oct 01, 2005 18:56 |  #5

Interesting, is your sharpshooter headed up the tree or down? The ones I have seen are headed downward. Btw, excellent shot.


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Oct 01, 2005 19:00 |  #6

Thanks everyone.
Dennis: Yes, this one was head up. It was also the only one on this branch.


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Oct 02, 2005 03:02 |  #7

Good shot for a good chance. Thanks for sharing

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Oct 02, 2005 03:44 as a reply to kallousa's post |  #8

Wonderfull details !!!
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Oct 02, 2005 06:51 |  #9

Awesome shot.


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Oct 02, 2005 10:51 |  #10

lovely shot.your hubby should be happy with that one............
spose sharpshooters gotta pee too :)


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Oct 02, 2005 17:01 |  #11

Great capture. I've never seen this before. I just wonder what the droplet was......


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Oct 03, 2005 01:42 |  #12

Great shot Tammie. Was the flash mounted on or off the camera? The belly is a bit overexposed, and methinks a flash from the side would have helped here.


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Oct 05, 2005 22:30 |  #13

My grandson loves bubbles...do you think your bug might come over and play? :):)


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Oct 05, 2005 22:47 |  #14

BigAl, used the macro twin light. Didn't have a chance to do more than just grab the camera and take the one shot.
Maureen, I'm sure it would love a California vacation!


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Oct 12, 2005 18:40 as a reply to TammieO's post |  #15

Fantastic close-up. Great detail


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