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Cotmweasel
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Went on a massive photo spree saturday (took 576 pics). Here are a few of the Macro pics

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Post #1, Jun 23, 2008 21:11:24


-Dave
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LordV
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Some lovely captures - looks like you got a bee fly in the last shot.
Brian V.

Post #2, Jun 24, 2008 01:00:26


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great series. you did well on all of these. that beefly motion shot is sweet! :-)

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LordV wrote in post #5780533external link
Some lovely captures - looks like you got a bee fly in the last shot.
Brian V.

Thats what its name is! I couldn't remember for the life of me lol

johnkermit1 wrote in post #5781774external link
great series. you did well on all of these. that beefly motion shot is sweet! :-)

Thank you guys :D

Post #4, Jun 24, 2008 19:24:54


-Dave
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Love the beefly shot, havent seen any of these for a while.

Post #5, Jun 25, 2008 00:40:05


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