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Insects … reloaded!

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After sharing some findings regarding shooting arachnids in this article I would say it’s time for another post about insects. After all, both subjects are proudly representing the beauty of macro photography. Both can be cute, interesting, unusual and scary in the same time. Well, honestly speaking I find arachnids scarier but this is just my personal taste.

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Insects (10)

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Today I’ll show you the last insect pictures taken this year. They were shot this month and I consider myself lucky that the weather was still excellent, as a few days later it got rainy and as cold as in winter. In fact it’s the first time I’m taking insect photos in October, which came to me as a nice surprise.

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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: http://callofnatureblog.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/winter-in-alba-iulia-1/

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