Scapholeberis mucronata

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Jacek
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Scapholeberis mucronata

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Post by Mitch640 »

Very nice images indeed. Have you been feeding them yeast? :)

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Post by sebba28 »

Excellent pictures. :smt023 I like nr 7 best.

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Post by curt0909 »

The last two are my favorite. The 10x planapo looks great.

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Post by Frez »

mmmmm...I'd like to select menu item #7, (the fried eggs and pan fried potatoes). Could you please include a side order of bacon? You are making me hungry Jacek. I can't wait to see the dinner menu! Well done!

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Jacek,

Beautiful set, the one with the 10x PA and UGF is amazing! :D

Litonotus must be very proud of the filter.

Rogelio

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Post by Mitch640 »

He looks like a fat pigeon.

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Post by Cactusdave »

Great. You do get a really terrific oblique effect from your universal filter with this sort of subject and in this magnification range. Congratulations.
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Post by Jacek »

Thank you for the nice comments

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Post by Marek Mis »

Jacek,

Very good images ! I like the most the 7 th one. The colour of the background is beautiful and the sharpness of the main subject is perfect. Good job !

Mitch noticed that the cladoceran reminds a fat pigeon. That is true, but this "bird" has too small (extremally reduced) wings to fly. Mitch, I however congratulate you of your perceptiveness :D

Marek

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Post by Mitch640 »

Marek, it's a Picasso Pigeon. :)

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Post by Litonotus »

great set!
RogelioMoreno wrote:Litonotus must be very proud of the filter.
Indeed I am :D this is the universal filter at its best, it is much more than I imagined or seen under my scope.

Jacek definitely bit all my best results with UFG, congratulations (:

yes, the fat pigeon deserves to be mentioned (:

PS. a bumblebee is said to be too heavy to fly, but it FLIES and there is no doubt about that (;
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I'm looking for the the extemely rare V-IM magnification changer for the E800 scope. If you have seen a listing or have one for sale please let me know.

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thank you :D

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