Some kind of caterpillar/worm?

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Ken Ramos
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Some kind of caterpillar/worm?

Post by Ken Ramos »

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Canon EOS 50D w/Sigma f/2.8 150mm EX DG APO Macro 1/200 sec.@ f/18 ISO 400 Canon 430EX II Speedlite @ -1/3, Post Processing: PSE 8
:D

MacroLuv
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Post by MacroLuv »

I bet on caterpillar. Nice one. And lichens as a bonus. :wink:
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Noticing of my "a" and "the" and other grammar
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Post by Craig Gerard »

Ken,

I see you are giving that 50D a good workout :)

Craig
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Post by gmazza »

Nice textures, and like the lichens too.
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Ken Ramos
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Craig Gerard wrote:Ken,

I see you are giving that 50D a good workout :)

Craig
Yeah, I like to rotate my equipment so than when it wears out, it all goes at once. :lol: All kidding aside though, I think that rotating things that get used a lot towards the same purpose or end, helps to keep them in good working order. It shouldn't be long now before I return to the 7D and have another round with it.

Thanks for the comments everyone. :D

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