red cicade

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zook
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red cicade

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about 5cm long (with wings) red cicade (Tibicina haematodes)

X-T20; K&F concept adapter + NIKON Micro Nikkor 200mm; f11; 1/30; ISO800; tripod; natural light + MANFROTO Lumimuse LED3; five images stacked

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Re: red cicade

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Well done!
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Re: red cicade

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Great field stack!
The trouble with quick and dirty is that the dirty remains after the quick is gone.

zook
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Re: red cicade

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Thank you both! They are not easy to find and record. In the first week of June, the oak forest is filled with an intense noise of thousands of individuals, but they are in the treetops. I happened to find this cicada at the edge of the forest, on a twig close to the ground.

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Re: red cicade

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Very nice!

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