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On a New Level
A katydid on an orange tree leaf.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/800s, f/3.5, 205mm, ISO: 100, +4 diopter HOYA lens.
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist.
A hoverfly on celery plant blossoms.
Canon PowerShot SX40 HS at 1/400s, f/4.5, 177mm, ISO: 100. In-camera flash.
A little bear beatle (paracotalpa granicollis).
Canon PowerShot SX40 HS at 1/500s, f/4, 25.5mm (very close to beetle), ISO: 100.
Rose of Honey
A honey bee in a wild rose.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/600s, f/3.6, 418mm, ISO: 100, with close-up add-on lens.
A honey bee in a flower. (Can anyone tell me what kind of flower that is?)
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/1600s, f/3.2, 306mm, ISO: 100, with close-up add-on lens.
A honey bee approaching flowers. Are these lavendar flowers, or spearmint? Email me!
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/400s, f/3.5, 239mm, ISO: 64, with close-up add-on lens. Flash used.
Taken just after Lavender Scout.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/200s, f/3.5, 205mm, ISO: 200, with close-up add-on lens. Flash not used.
Another photo of a honey bee on the lavender(?) flowers.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/200s, f/3.5, 205mm, ISO: 200, with close-up add-on lens. Flash not used. Late afternoon lighting.
Honey bee on this large golden flower at a botanical garden. Can you identify the flower?
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/250s, f/3.6, ISO 200, 389mm with a +1 diopter close-up add-on lens.
I think I need to hire a botanist just for this gallery. Anyone recognize the flower? These flowers are from a big bush or a wide tree, in San Diego. The bee is a honey bee.
Overcast noon, Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/680s, f/7.1, ISO: 400, 389mm, +2 macro add-on lens.
Flame Skimmer dragonfly.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/500s, f/3.6, ISO: 100, 389mm.
Flame Skimmer dragonfly. Taken with my +4 diopter macro lens, handheld, cloned out a branch.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/340s, f/7.1, ISO: 100, 205mm.
Up To The Edge
Damselfly on a leaf.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/640s, f/3.2, ISO: 64, 389mm.
Orange-barred sulphur butterfly (Phoebis philea, female).
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/500s, f/3.2, ISO: 100, 389mm, hand-held, with flash, rotated 90 deg. clockwise and cropped.
A Common White Butterfly.
Fuji FinePix S5200 using a HOYA macro add-on at 1/640s, f/3.6, ISO: 100, 389mm.
A Mourning Cloak Butterfly.
Fuji FinePix S5200 using a HOYA +1 add-on lens at 1/400s, f/3.5, ISO: 200, 239mm, and post-processing.
Ladybug on an orange tree branch, in shaded noon light, springtime.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/400s, f/3.5, ISO: 100, 177mm, close up add-on lens, cropped.
A katydid on a celery plant.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/200s, f/3.6, 278mm, ISO: 200, with flash, macro add-on HOYA lens.
Out of the Dark
A katydid indoors, on wood.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/400s, f/3.5, 177mm, ISO: 100, with flash, macro add-on HOYA lens.
Over a Leaf
I believe this is a Camphorweed Cucullia Moth caterpillar, Cucullia alfarata.
Canon PowerShot SX40 HS at 1/25s, f/5, 238mm, ISO: 800, macro add-on lens, cloudy noon light, no flash used.
A type of Spiny Lizard in San Diego
Canon PowerShot SX40 HS at 1/20s, f/5.8, ISO: 400, 875mm.
Does anyone recognize these flowers? They bloomed in October, I don't remember much else. First person to identify them gets a free 4 MP version of the photo!
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/250s, f/3.5, ISO: 200, 205mm with HOYA macro add-on lens, flash used.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/500s, f/4.5, ISO: 64, 239mm with HOYA macro add-on lens. Partial afternoon sunlight in spring, with flash.
Can anyone ID this (I'll give you a free copy!)? In the dark purple center is about a dozen pollen spots, and this was taken in January in a Los Angeles backyard.
Fuji FinePix S5200 at 1/1000s, f/4.0, ISO: 100, 389mm with +1 diopter HOYA macro add-on lens, overhead sunlight flash used.
4th of July firework show finale!
Canon PowerShot SX40 HS at 8s, f/8, 424mm, ISO 100.
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