Amazon Pics Part 49

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Amazon Pics Part 49

Post by Moebius »

In the Amazon, there is no lack of:

Bright color


or Contrast

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Post by crotermund »

I really love picture number 2, Ken. Nice profile shot of the spider. This particular spider had interesting eyes too. Additionally, the way he walked around, those long front legs / stance make me think of a gorilla with his arms outstretched. Probably just me and my skewed perception, though. :)
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Post by nephiliim »

I like #1 a lot, the translucency of the armour is just beautifull, allmost like a chupa chups popsicle, or red fiberglass. Really really cool.

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Post by Bruce Williams »

I want to know where #1 got his trainers from!

Three very nice photos Ken.


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Post by beetleman »

What a bright red color on that first beetle (flea beetle...leaf beetle). The spider looks like he is getting ready to throw out the garbage (I don`t see no head :shock: ) and another super looking leafhopper :smt023
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Post by Ken Ramos »

You know that is really a red bug! :shock: The spider looks like as though it was caught with its hand in the cookie jar and that flatid bug, well you really did good there in my opinion. I have never been able to get that much definition in the wings of those things. Really nice work though Ken, on all three images. :D

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