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Oct 16, 2020 02:10 |  #5026

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Oct 16, 2020 02:17 |  #5027

nardes wrote in post #19138986 (external link)
We visited the Roma Street Parklands yesterday and I found a large leafed plant that had some Green Long-legged Flies resting on the broad leaves, warming up in the early morning Sun.

Whenever I tried to take a shot of one, the pre-flash would spook it and they would jump up, so I had several shots of empty leaves, or an OOF fly departing the frame.

But, for a few attempts, I got lucky and the fly stayed still, or flew up in the plane of focus, so I was able to create a couple of composites in PS CC.

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Very cool shots! Job well done!! ;-)a;-)a


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Oct 16, 2020 03:20 as a reply to  @ post 19138986 |  #5028

Awesome images Dennis
Really well done.
Beautiful little creatures



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Oct 16, 2020 12:30 |  #5029

Green Leafhopper (Cicadella viridis) female

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Oct 16, 2020 14:05 |  #5030

Lester Wareham wrote in post #19139177 (external link)
Green Leafhopper (Cicadella viridis) female
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Fly with a passenger
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Not good Lester.... looks like you need CDS to fix your problem!!! <grin>


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Oct 16, 2020 17:54 |  #5031

Spiny Orb-Weaver

I have taken hundreds of photos trying to catch the intricacy of a spider web. My best so far!


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Oct 16, 2020 21:53 |  #5032

Lester Wareham wrote in post #19139177 (external link)
Green Leafhopper (Cicadella viridis) female
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Fly with a passenger
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Great shots! That parasite looks quite large for the fly! Do you know if it harms the host? Or is it just hitching a ride?

And BTW, the photos loaded just fine for me.


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Oct 16, 2020 21:54 |  #5033

Dubi wrote in post #19139334 (external link)
Spiny Orb-Weaver

I have taken hundreds of photos trying to catch the intricacy of a spider web. My best so far!


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Nicely done, and looks great in black and white.


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Oct 17, 2020 02:43 |  #5034

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Not good Lester.... looks like you need CDS to fix your problem!!! <grin>
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Oh dear not another. I don't know why AMASS does this, I get it with others images occasionally, it must be something at your end, perhaps the AMASS page code times out waiting for the image to be served.

My server is completely static so it is just a link to a jpeg, click on the image failed to load box and it should open in a popup.


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Oct 17, 2020 08:07 |  #5035

Lester Wareham wrote in post #19139487 (external link)
Inspeqtor wrote in post #19139232 (external link)
Not good Lester.... looks like you need CDS to fix your problem!!! <grin>
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Oh dear not another. I don't know why AMASS does this, I get it with others images occasionally, it must be something at your end, perhaps the AMASS page code times out waiting for the image to be served.

My server is completely static so it is just a link to a jpeg, click on the image failed to load box and it should open in a popup.

When I go back to that post of yours I still see the same thing.....

When you say

"the AMASS page code times out" and "My server is completely static o it is just a link to a jpeg, click on the image failed to load box and it should open in a popup."

that is all greek to me. I have no idea what you are telling me.......


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Oct 17, 2020 09:51 |  #5036

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19139540 (external link)
When I go back to that post of yours I still see the same thing.....

When you say that is all greek to me. I have no idea what you are telling me.......

Hi, Charles. I have had the same problem with photos not loading. It happens occasionally with the posts of just some specific members. I find I can still view the photos by clicking on the icons. I don't know if you have discovered that - you didn't say. Give it a try.


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Oct 17, 2020 16:04 |  #5037

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Oct 17, 2020 16:06 |  #5038

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Oct 18, 2020 03:29 |  #5039

Taken at the Roma Street Parklands in Brisbane.

#1 is a Jumping Spider munching on a hapless insect.

I think #2 is some type of Banded Pupa parasite Wasp, the Ovipositor indicating a female.

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Oct 18, 2020 03:38 |  #5040

nardes wrote in post #19139881 (external link)
Taken at the Roma Street Parklands in Brisbane.

#1 is a Jumping Spider munching on a hapless insect.

I think #2 is some type of Banded Pupa parasite Wasp, the Ovipositor indicating a female.

Cheers

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Nice shots Dennis! The jumper looks like a female of one of the Opisthoncus species.


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