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Post your nature photos

Rosie

I don't know what to put here.
**UPDATE June 10th: BTW, Pickle Juice made a Bug thread, which is a great idea, because not everyone likes the little guys (spiders, too) so feel free to post your buggy photos there!

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Wild animals, landscapes, seascapes, flora, etc. etc.
Let's share what we've taken pictures of!

I will start: Pregnant praying mantis, hanging upside down from the patio ceiling.

 

beanstew

Certified horsemeat free.
A selection of caterpillars. :)


Scarlet Tiger Moth



Knotgrass Moth (maybe?)



Cinnabar Moth



Peacock Butterflies




Garden Tiger Moth
 

Rosie

I don't know what to put here.
Great moon shot! I always have a terrible time getting those.
What camera/lens/set up did you use for it?
 
Great moon shot! I always have a terrible time getting those.
What camera/lens/set up did you use for it?
Thanks! I do too. I was using my Nikon D80, with a mirror lens. It's manual focus, so as the eclipse progressed and the moon sunk lower in the sky and got darker, it became difficult to focus clearly.
 

Rosie

I don't know what to put here.
I love my macro lens. I tend to not take a lot of "normal" shots and like to mess around with point of view and stuff.

This is a photo of the very edge of a pansy petal:


And this was from a walk in the woods and field one evening, as the sun was setting:
 
These photos are fab. You all have great cameras. I keep forgetting to take my crappy camera out to take some photos for this thread.:sob:
 

Muggle

Addicted Poster
Spoilers because they're large images. :D

Austria:




Canada:










Shropshire:


Pembrokeshire:




Zambia:







Look at the roots!




Botswana photos to follow due to 20 images per post limit
 

Muggle

Addicted Poster
Botswana:

(If you don't like elephants then I suggest you shouldn't view this photos :p )

























 
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