Vespula vulgaris

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Post by Gérard-64 »

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Now this is an "in-your-face" image. :) Has image stacking been used here or is this a single exposure? Well done however you managed this image.
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Post by Gérard-64 »

Yes Tom,this is a stack with Zerene.

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Post by Craig Gerard »

Gérard,

Excellent result!

What optics were used for this image?


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Post by Gérard-64 »

Thanks Craig,it was done with Canon MP-e 65mm.

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Absolutely beautiful image.
John

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