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A drone fly maybe?

 
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Oct 12, 2016 12:25 |  #1

My first time semi-successfully finding a very cool (it was upper 40s this morning) fly, taking successive images at growing depth (I
don't know how to state this exactly) then stacking 5 shots in Zerene-


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Oct 13, 2016 00:30 |  #2

Lovely stack MM, it worked well- certainly looks like a hoverfly.
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Oct 16, 2016 06:49 |  #3

Lovely hoverfly MM.


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Oct 16, 2016 09:21 |  #4

Lester, LV, the beauty was that no harm was done to the fly; and that I learned cool weather and early morning is my macro friend.
I'd like to do an extreme macro stack again someday but I'm not moved to kill for the pleasure---I'll just wait for an opportunity to present.


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