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FUJIFILM
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FinePix S5800 S800
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May 26, 2010, 5:54:37 PM
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Green Rose Chafer 2 by Vitaloverdose Green Rose Chafer 2 by Vitaloverdose
Rose chafers are capable of very fast flight; they do it with their wing cases down thus resembling a bumble bee. They feed on flowers, nectar and pollen, in particular roses (from where they get their name); which is where they can be found on warm sunny days, between May and June/July, occasionally to September.

Many more creepy crawlies here [link]
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chavadubis Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010
esta padre ese mayate

is great this mayate
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SantiBilly Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2010  Professional Photographer
awesome shot, that's an incredible macro.
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BogdanCh Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
:nod:
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lotus82 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
They do alway lot of noise when they're flyin'...I always find some of these in my house in the morning...

Beautifull shot!! :)
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Vitaloverdose Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Thanks :) Yeah they make a noise like a large bee. It always makes me jump when they suddenly launch into flight. lol
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lotus82 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2010
:D
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Kiarachu Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
O_O...more hair...this picture is super detailed...I like it!
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jeanmark Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
Another beauty - is this a straight photo with the excellent macro / super macro that our fuji finepixes have or have you done even more hard work (if so, not complaining, would just like to learn!)
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Vitaloverdose Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
Thanks for the compliment , i think i used normal macro and then did some editing in photoshop and paintshop pro.
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