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_MG_2100 A New Generation Begins
08-JUN-2008

_MG_2100 A New Generation Begins

These tiny (at least for now) hole maker makes a charming subject. My experience in the past with these katydid nymphs is that they tend to stay put on a plant, so they're easy to photograph...but you really do need to use a tripod and manual focus.

Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi
1/50s f/7.1 at 60.0mm iso800 full exif

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Guest 10-Jun-2008 00:26
Well done and I agree about the tripod and manual focus. I also use a shutter release cable that seems to help a lot.
momad3004408-Jun-2008 23:02
Gorgeous! And the water drops are stunning!

Debbie
Guest 08-Jun-2008 16:02
Very nice!
Judith Barnett08-Jun-2008 15:04
Bizarre little creature but a fun subject. The water drops add interest too.
Rachel Pennington08-Jun-2008 13:46
Adorable! Honestly, I think these little critters are cute--as long as they don't get on me. Terrific shot, I love the water droplets.
Jane08-Jun-2008 12:41
great macro Isabel.