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    Your opinion? Love 2

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    who am I ?

    I hesitated to post the photo in identification :ROFLMAO:
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    Bubble

    Canon EOS 40D Sigma 180mm + converter 1.4 Tripod iso 800, f11, 1/125
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    Chalcolestes viridis

    What made me more before taking this photo, these are the two angles formed between the branches and the branches and the dragonfly (picture 2) picture 2 iso 640, f5, 1/320
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    Hidden 3

    ƒ/8, 1/60, iso640 I found out where my quality problem came from, in a new post. In this photo, I wanted to highlight the color of the eyes that contrast with the greenery ( the focus was on the eyes )
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    Hidden ( next )

    iso 800, f 7,1, 1/160
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    Birds Heron

    Canon eos 40d, sigma 120-400mm f/4.5-5.6 dg os hsm ( 400 ), f5,6, 1/1000, iso 400
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    Ephippiger ephippiger

    Ephippiger ephippiger taken from another angle Canon EOS 40D Sigma 180mm f/3.5 EX DG IF HSM APO Macro ƒ/13 , 1/100 , ISO800 Tripod no stacking, no crop
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    Ephippiger ephippiger

    Canon EOS 40D Sigma 180mm f/3.5 EX DG IF HSM APO Macro ƒ/7.1 1/1000 iso400 Tripod no stacking
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    Brown clipper

    Canon EOS 40D Sigma 180mm f/3.5 APO EX DG HSM Macro Lens ƒ/10Focal 1/25 iso320 no stacking Tripod
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    Owl butterfly

    Canon EOS 40D Sigma 180mm f/3.5L Macro USM ƒ/7.1 1/250 s iso 320 Tripod No stacking
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    Dragonfly

    Canon EOS 40D Sigma 180mm macro 3.5 tripod, wired remote control iso 640, f18, 1/8 s no stacking