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  1. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Swallowtail

    Caterpillar of the Swallowtail deliciously eating the cow parsley. E-M1MarkIII, M.Zuiko 40-150mmf/2.8, iso100, 1/1600, 73mm
  2. 2022 : Year of the wasp...

    2022 : Year of the wasp...

  3. Hurricane Holmes

    Your opinion? An Ambush Bug hiding in Queen Anne's Lace..

    This ambush bug was hiding among ants and beetles in the queen ann's lace. Gear: Sony A7III 100mm 2X macro lens Speedlight & diffuser..
  4. Giant Ichneumon Wasp

    Giant Ichneumon Wasp

    This is a Giant Ichnuemon Wasp female, she is currently laying eggs directly on Horntail Wasp larva (if you look at her abdomen, you can see the very long ovipositor going down between all of her legs and into the tree). OM-1, Laowa 50mm, Godox v350o, Cygnustech diffuser
  5. Hurricane Holmes

    Your opinion? The Fly..

    A fly on a tree. Gear: Sony A7III 100mm 2x macro lens Speedlight & diffuser..
  6. scmkr

    Want critique A stacked image of a weevil I found in Seattle

    Here's a 13 image stack of a Weevil I found in Seattle, WA. INat says it is a Sthereus horridus and can only be found in the Pacific Northwest OM-1, Laowa 50mm, Godox v350o, Cygnustech Diffuser. Completely manual handheld stack.
  7. Hurricane Holmes

    Your opinion? Young grasshoppers..

    Gear: Sony A7III 100mm 2x macro lens Speedlight & diffuser..
  8. M

    Your opinion? Honey Bees

    Honey bee in action. My first post on forum :) Olympus E-M1MarkII M.40-150mm F2.8 + MC-14 ƒ/5.6 fl 210.0 mm ss 1/1250 iso 320
  9. Hurricane Holmes

    Your opinion? Ants Being Ants..

    Gear: Sony A7III 100mm 2x macro lens Speedlight & diffuser..
  10. Abe Maaijen

    Want critique Bumblebee with parasites.

    Bumblebee with parasites on a forget-me-not
  11. Abe Maaijen

    Your opinion? Cinnamon bug

    On the forget me nots a beautifull cinnamon bug also black and red squash bug. (Corizus hyoscyami)
  12. TomM

    Your opinion? Mantis

    Young South African Mantis.
  13. TomM

    Your opinion? Weevil

  14. Lazarito305

    Want critique First time shooting Marco

    Just got my Macro lens today and I wanted to share this with you guys. This is my first Macro photo. I know I probably did it all wrong but I tried!
  15. TomM

    Your opinion? Green Cicada

  16. TomM

    Your opinion? Striped Lax Beetle

    An insect to be very careful of!
  17. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Common Blow Fly

    For this I used Focus bracketing 60 photos and composed with Helicon Focus and then ran through Photoshop. E-M1Mark III M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro Caruba extension tube 20mm Iso 200, 1/6 sec. Light: daylight only Tripod, very simply the coffee table. Also included a photo of how the photo was...
  18. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Aphis

    E-M1Mark III M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro Caruba extension tube 10mm Iso 100, 1/25 sec. Stack of fifteen photos. Hand held. Daylight
  19. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Springtail

    Today after it got dry I went into the garden with the macro lens looking for Springtails. And if you look closely you can see at the back of the bottom of the ass the tail with which they can jump.
  20. TomM

    Your opinion? Trypetisoma fly

    These are tiny little quick moving flies about 2mm but rather striking.