Some macro

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carlos
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Some macro

Post by carlos »

Hello everyone
some old macro (of 2012) never put in the forum
I love a couple of them and are among my favorite macro :
http://www.pbase.com/carlogalliani/my_best_macro

Chrysis sp.

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Euthystira brachyptera

Image

a flower -geranium sp.

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and a caterpillar of Papilio machaon

Image

denis
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Post by denis »

superb set carlo.

Ozelot
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Post by Ozelot »

Hallo Carlo,

very nice Macros that you present us here.
The focus during matches. You have mastered well the difficult lighting situation existing in the first picture in particular.
You show us here beautiful large scales.
The colors are nicely reproduced.
The sharpness is well spent.
Nice work.

Greetings

Michael

Stanier
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Post by Stanier »

I think the image of two grasshoppers is quite outstanding!

carlos
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Post by carlos »

thank you very much

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Post by DQE »

Number 1 was my personal favorite, but I enjoyed them all. Its texture, lighting, and overall charming appearance were very enjoyable to me.
-Phil

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Roy Patience
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Post by Roy Patience »

These are inspiring and beautiful.

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Post by naturephoto1 »

Carlo,

Excellent images. Well done.

Rich

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Beautiful

Post by desert bluegrass »

I just love the insect photo. I looks more like a jeweled brooch than a live creature. The flower is beautiful as well. A great shot.

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