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Previous Entry Walking is Strange Jun. 23rd, 2011 @ 04:16 pm Next Entry


It was sort of ridiculous the number of interesting subjects to photograph I came across yesterday when I walked to the store. I stopped to feed the ducks, then saw another crayfish inexplicably crossing the dry dirt path apparently to get from one part of the river to another.










For some reason this butterfly kept fluttering in circles in one area to continually land in the same spot. It would fly away when I approached but always return. Finally I sat next to the spot and waited. It landed right next to me in a moment and didn't seem bothered by my close camera getting macro shots.




Ants are interesting too!






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From:stsisyphus
Date:June 24th, 2011 07:16 pm (UTC)
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These are pretty good shots, all in all. The ant pic is standout, nice color vs. detail thing going on here.

Love that red on the crayfish. I always figured that they didn't get red until they were (pre-)cooked.
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From:setsuled
Date:June 24th, 2011 07:31 pm (UTC)
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The ant pic is standout, nice color vs. detail thing going on here.

Thanks.

Love that red on the crayfish. I always figured that they didn't get red until they were (pre-)cooked.

I thought so too. Maybe that's only with lobsters.
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