Hoverfly macro in flight

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    Could not resist putting this one up

    Hand held
    Manual focus on lens
    Sigma 180 macro lens

    Eddie The Bugman, gcampbellphoto, and 77 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. RuudMorijn 25 months ago | reply

      This beautiful picture is quite rightly chosen for EXPLORE. Congratulations!

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    2. Patrick Kearns 25 months ago | reply

      Wow, incredible.

    3. TAFF63 25 months ago | reply

      words cant describe this you are a genius

    4. Phil du Valois 25 months ago | reply

      Superbe macro photo
      Cadrage et lumière sont top
      piqué irréprochable
      Ambiance tres reussie
      Félicitations

    5. gemini*jen 25 months ago | reply

      Cool capture! Congrats on Explore!

    6. Rich-Mate 25 months ago | reply

      Amazing capture. Good work.

    7. LLMPhotography [deleted] 25 months ago | reply

      Brilliant macro!

    8. MandyCape 25 months ago | reply

      Fantastic capture.

    9. Mickoeck 25 months ago | reply

      Fantastic macro!

    10. keeger55 25 months ago | reply

      wow awesome

    11. ©NJR 25 months ago | reply

      Very nice. Was this shot 1 of 1?

    12. New Era 51 25 months ago | reply

      One NJR

      Proberbly 2nd of 3 frame burst this fly was regulary cleaning its legs i was photographing bees
      on blackthorn bush this one kept poping up and hovering just for a few seconds took my chance

    13. ©NJR 24 months ago | reply

      Took you chance uh? Well you did very good "compadre"

    14. Ramen Saha 24 months ago | reply

      Outstanding! Must have taken you loads of patience?!

    15. EclecticBug 20 months ago | reply

      Brilliant shot. Any chance you could take some photos of the bees that keep gathering behind the management centre of Morriston Hospital please. They are on the wall of the building behind and on the path and on the disabled parking spaces. Your skills and camera would be most helpful and could you post them here? Trying to form some sort of study of them. Trying to help find out why they go there to die too. Blessings, Bexy

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