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LADYBUGS ON A CACTUS
Canon EOS 10D
,EF 100-400 L IS
1/1000s f/9.5 at 400.0mm iso400
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Ron S. Bernardo
Herbert, this is a fantastic image, voted!
Incredible close up. How did you do this with that lens?
Very nice spring shot Herbert!
Thi is a great image, I've never seen them on a cactus.
Good job Herb!
Great find and shot. Always enjoy a ladybug picture.
Amazing shot and clarity.
I almost did a cactus photo yesterday too! neighbors don't have a lot of plants, these are common.. anyway I really like cactus photos and the ladybugs are such a treat!
Absolutely amazing photo!
Fantasitic close up. Those little bugs really show up against the green.
Beautifully done....creative eye. I like the angle of the light... excellent shadows give more depth.
Excellent macro work Herbert, very good details.
I have cactus, and I have ladybugs. I have never had them together and this is a fantastic photo. Voted, too.
Beautiful close-up! Nice light.
Just amazing. Not only 1 but multiple bugs. That's pretty close in Herb.
Good shot, as usual. Can't say anything that anyone else hasn't already.
Fantastic macro! Rich beautiful color and detail.
The contrasts in this are really interesting. Great macro.
You know seeing this macro makes you realize how those ladybucks must see those cactus thingies, dont know what they are called. Those poky thingies must appear huge to them, much how we see trees. great job.
Nice macro with great details.
Ladybirds and cactus!!!! What a combination!
Very nice, Herbert!
Very cool close up!
Nice one Herb!
Ladybirds are the only insects I don't mind touching. I suppose it's 'cause they're so cute.
Ladybirds, Ladybugs, Ladybeetles. To be treasured for sure. Love this Herb & it has my vote.
This is nice - why do we call them ladybirds and you call them ladybugs?? Chris
WOW indeed! Sharp image (sorry...).
Apparently British ladybirds (bugs) are dying off, if they had this challenge the may die off quicker! I find them fascinating I do admit.
You do amazing closeups at the business end of a long telephoto. Who needs a macro lens anyway?
gasp, the poor ladybirds could get pricked! :-o
wow indeed though!
Gayle P. Clement