Ladybug larva

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Charles Krebs
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Ladybug larva

Post by Charles Krebs »

Walked by some thistle that was loaded with aphids... and because of that had an ample number of ladybug larvae present as well.

All shots Canon 5D and Canon 65mm MP-E. All three are used multiple images (6, 3, and 11 respectively) to get greater DOF using Helicon Focus

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Post by jaharris1001 »

amazing phtotos!! Super crisp.. totally inspirational. Very nice !! :D

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Post by salden »

Perfect as always Charles. One beautiful little critter you captured.
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Very nice, Charlie -- you're really getting into this trick of stacking live specimens in the field!

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Post by beetleman »

Excellent photos Charles...he looks very well fed (which is good in the case of aphids).
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