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26-JUN-2005

Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel ,Sigma 105mm f/2.8 EX DG Macro
1/160s f/16.0 at 105.0mm iso200 with Flash full exif

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rudiman02-Aug-2006 14:29
Hi flojoe, on this one i did use the sigma 105 *plus* a reversed canon 50mm. lens on the end.
Guest 28-Jul-2005 04:46
O.K., I'm back. Last year I had an infestation of ladybugs in my bedroom (a dozen or more daily) I would carefully release each one out doors. I am so sorry that I didn't take the time to examine each one. I may be one of the few people who carries a small microscope in my purse with me. I will, in future, be more observant. Also, I forwarded this picture to one of the professors at school who ruled out a fungus. He suggested that it was an algae/moss that would require microscopic i.d.. D.
Lisa26-Jul-2005 03:56
Nice shot, rudiman! I have seen several ladybugs recently with this green stuff on them as well. It appears in various places on their bodies.
Lisa
rudiman21-Jul-2005 23:42
Thanks!!! My guess is some kind of fungus or plant LOL. Amazed me when i saw it too.
Guest 21-Jul-2005 23:30
Wow! This is great. What do you suppose that is growing on the top of his head?
D.