Snails are another fascinating sub-genre of the macro/close-up photography. There is a high amount of species and although many of them are much bigger than insects (so it’s more closeup than macro), it is still worth capturing them on the sensor. Here some pictures I took last spring after accidentally “meeting” a few of these creatures near my house.
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The sad thing about insect photography is that you can only take photos with them in a certain time period, namely starting from March/April and ending in August/September. Comparing to this, landscape photography does not have this limitation as a certain landscape can be captured in any moment of the year and it still can be fascinating. Take for example this post: https://callofnatureblog.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/winter-in-alba-iulia-1/
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