Insects (3)

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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Well, the conclusion is that all macro photographers should take full advantage of the warm days and take the best out of them. That’s what I tried to do and here are the results. Enjoy! (mouse over the slideshow, see below pictures & comments)

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frightening “get away from me” look

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lazy

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“I know I’m handsome so come on, take me a picture!”

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Well, this ain’t quite an insect, is it? 🙂

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