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Oct 04, 2018 04:09 |  #7156

More from (today's) walk in our local woodland, Toohey Forest.

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Oct 04, 2018 06:01 |  #7157


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Oct 11, 2018 01:58 |  #7158

A couple more from our local forest, Toohey Forest.

Both were located on the side of a tree so I rotated them 90 degrees to save my neck from some awkward gyrations.;-)a

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Oct 12, 2018 06:48 |  #7159

nardes wrote in post #18726653 (external link)
A couple more from our local forest, Toohey Forest.

Both were located on the side of a tree so I rotated them 90 degrees to save my neck from some awkward gyrations.;-)a

Cheers

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Great shots Dennis! Did you use extension tubes for that first one?

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Oct 12, 2018 06:57 |  #7160

Some recent ones from me...

(1) a brown shield bug protecting her eggs

IMAGE: https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1919/31274957968_85b27f136a_o.jpg
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/PDEk​pf  (external link) Protecting the eggs (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


(2) The same brown shield bug protecting her recently-hatched young :)

IMAGE: https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1930/30294400327_081d66411e_o.jpg
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/Na1H​M2  (external link) Mum and the babies (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


(3) A male green jumping spider

IMAGE: https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1969/31274952048_5105519763_o.jpg
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/PDEi​Db  (external link) Mopsus mormon, mature male (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


(4) a female green jumper with prey

IMAGE: https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1942/43331309560_99613fba36_o.jpg
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2923​hG9  (external link) Mopsus mormon with prey (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


and (5) another jumping spider (Opisthoncus sp.)

IMAGE: https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1947/31147779258_67c59d4aaf_o.jpg
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/Psqv​AS  (external link) Opisthoncus sp. (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


Cheers,
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Oct 12, 2018 10:03 |  #7161

S.R.M. wrote in post #18727367 (external link)
Some recent ones from me...

(1) a brown shield bug protecting her eggs

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/PDEk​pf  (external link) Protecting the eggs (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


(2) The same brown shield bug protecting her recently-hatched young :)

QUOTED IMAGE
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/Na1H​M2  (external link) Mum and the babies (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


(3) A male green jumping spider

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/PDEi​Db  (external link) Mopsus mormon, mature male (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


(4) a female green jumper with prey

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2923​hG9  (external link) Mopsus mormon with prey (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


and (5) another jumping spider (Opisthoncus sp.)

https://flic.kr/p/Psqv​AS (external link)Opisthoncus sp. (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


Cheers,
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Oct 12, 2018 16:29 |  #7162

S.R.M. wrote in post #18727363 (external link)
Great shots Dennis! Did you use extension tubes for that first one?

Cheers,
Stephen

Thanks Stephen.:-)

No tubes used, just very close to, or at Min Focus Dist. The small pixels of the 7D Mk II help put more pixels on the ant.

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Oct 12, 2018 16:30 |  #7163

S.R.M. wrote in post #18727367 (external link)
Some recent ones from me...

(1) a brown shield bug protecting her eggs

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/PDEk​pf  (external link) Protecting the eggs (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


(2) The same brown shield bug protecting her recently-hatched young :)

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/Na1H​M2  (external link) Mum and the babies (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


(3) A male green jumping spider

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/PDEi​Db  (external link) Mopsus mormon, mature male (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


(4) a female green jumper with prey

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2923​hG9  (external link) Mopsus mormon with prey (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


and (5) another jumping spider (Opisthoncus sp.)

https://flic.kr/p/Psqv​AS (external link)Opisthoncus sp. (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


Cheers,
Stephen


Love these Stephen, the shield bug in particular is a stand out.:-)

Cheers

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Oct 12, 2018 19:04 |  #7164

nardes wrote in post #18727679 (external link)
Love these Stephen, the shield bug in particular is a stand out.:-)

Cheers

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Thanks Dennis! She is still protecting them this morning... here is a quick shot taken between the rain showers.

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Oct 12, 2018 19:05 |  #7165

Archibald wrote in post #18727465 (external link)
Excellent stuff!

Thanks Archie!



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Oct 13, 2018 23:51 |  #7166

The 100L is widely regarded as a great portrait lens, so here is a portrait of a Rainbow Lorikeet!

(I had the macro lens on the camera when our local pair of wild Rainbow Lorikeets visited today, so rather than changing to my 70-200mm telephoto I just took some shots with the macro lens :) )

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Oct 14, 2018 03:47 |  #7167

S.R.M. wrote in post #18728402 (external link)
The 100L is widely regarded as a great portrait lens, so here is a portrait of a Rainbow Lorikeet!

(I had the macro lens on the camera when our local pair of wild Rainbow Lorikeets visited today, so rather than changing to my 70-200mm telephoto I just took some shots with the macro lens :) )

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Nice one. Not exactly shy, is it?


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Oct 14, 2018 06:37 |  #7168

Jack Dawe wrote in post #18728473 (external link)
Nice one. Not exactly shy, is it?

Thanks! Despite being wild birds, this pair know us fairly well because we regularly give them a teaspoon of sugar in the morning. So they let me get fairly close :)



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Oct 15, 2018 06:19 |  #7169

Cheese Fries, made at home.
(I used the EF 100 L for both images)

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Oct 19, 2018 15:44 as a reply to  @ S.R.M.'s post |  #7170

They say those spiders can see themselves in your lens, and will jump at it. I've only snapped one, and he never jumped. Just as well, I probably would have freaked out lol!!




  
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