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WTF? Crazy photo of a Robo-bee!?!

 
Anonymous Coward
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10/04/2008 08:27 PM
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Re: WTF? Crazy photo of a Robo-bee!?!
The photo is var good, it must be said. Congratulations.
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*very* good. (I am using a very small keyboard and sometimes this happens.)
SouthernLight (OP)

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10/04/2008 08:36 PM
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Re: WTF? Crazy photo of a Robo-bee!?!
The photo is var good, it must be said. Congratulations.

*very* good. (I am using a very small keyboard and sometimes this happens.)
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Awww... and here I thought you were speaking with an accent! Durn! :(

Hey, thanks on the compliment... I would love to get all fat headed but truth be known ANYbody taking as many shots as I do will have a Few that turn out surprisingly nice. lol It's all in the accidents.

Cool part is, after a couple of years of shooting, those accidents are finally happening a little more frequently.
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czygyny

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10/04/2008 09:00 PM
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Re: WTF? Crazy photo of a Robo-bee!?!
Here is a praying mantis eating a honeybee. Notice the small gnats around the prey, they are snatching up bits of the meal.

:praying ma:
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czygyny

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10/04/2008 09:02 PM
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Re: WTF? Crazy photo of a Robo-bee!?!
Will have to look up bee-mimic fly... this one was full bee size

Love the photo you have... Golden orb weaver? Actually just like photographing spiders!
If you're interested, there are a couple of more pics of this yellow spider and another like it. They are unusual here.

[link to i383.photobucket.com]

[link to i383.photobucket.com]

[link to i383.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: SouthernLight


Great shots! Those are crab spiders, and they are awesome looking creatures.

I am so glad they don't come in dog or cat size!
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SouthernLight (OP)

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10/04/2008 10:22 PM
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Re: WTF? Crazy photo of a Robo-bee!?!
Here is a praying mantis eating a honeybee. Notice the small gnats around the prey, they are snatching up bits of the meal.

:praying ma:
 Quoting: czygyny



OMG!! That is gorgeous!!
What a wonderful shot!

hfThanks for sharing that czygyny!
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SouthernLight (OP)

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10/04/2008 10:40 PM
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Re: WTF? Crazy photo of a Robo-bee!?!
Those are crab spiders, and they are awesome looking creatures.

I am so glad they don't come in dog or cat size!
 Quoting: czygyny


No kidding! Here's a closeup of one's face. Love those eyes!!

[link to i383.photobucket.com]
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czygyny

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10/05/2008 01:59 AM
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Re: WTF? Crazy photo of a Robo-bee!?!
Those are crab spiders, and they are awesome looking creatures.

I am so glad they don't come in dog or cat size!


No kidding! Here's a closeup of one's face. Love those eyes!!

[link to i383.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: SouthernLight


YIKES!! That is one of the most 'alien' faces I've ever seen!

You must have a larger lens than I do, I opted for the 18x200mm lens when I bought the camera, which does a great job for all my photography needs, but I envy your 'zoom' power!! I'd need a tripod for certain. I do all my shots free standing, thank goodness for digital, I can take a whole series and pick out the sharpest.

I think given the choice between the two, I would take a high-power microscope over a high-power telescope any day. There is a lifetime of discoveries to be found up close.
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