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Greg Shchepanek

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I was told to invest in a real camera 😄 and so I have been buying new cameras since trying to find my match.
Red Velvet Mite (Trombidiidae) Red velvet mites are members of the subphylum Chelicerata, a group of critters that have tiny lobster-like claws that serve as mouthparts, a feature that relates them closely to spiders, scorpions & harvestmen. Bill Mason Centre, Dunrobin, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Taken on October 23, 2011.
Olympus FE47,X43 • ƒ/6.3 7.7 mm 1/1000 100 Flash (off, did not fire)
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Is there a small spider ? You definitely need a proper camera for the job.
 

Greg Shchepanek

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Is there a small spider ? You definitely need a proper camera for the job.
It is a fast moving very little Mite...took the photo when I would have said "Ooowee a little red spider!!!"
 

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It was photos & experiences like this that made me fall in love with Mother Nature 🥰 and the little worlds she has created for us.
 
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It was the subject that got me interested in macro photography & the little small worlds that are out there
 

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The spider itself is for sure a good macro object, but this needs some more preparation. The picture like it is don't work for me.
 
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