Borneo part XVII

Images of undisturbed subjects in their natural environment. All subject types.

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Borneo part XVII

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Female mayfly:

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Iridescent chrysomelid beetle (Galerucinae):

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Translucent syrphid larva:

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Ledrinae hopper nymph with and without backlighting:

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Harvestman:

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Cockroach:

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with a hint of mushroom:

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Spider with ant prey:

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Springtail (Callyntrurini):

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Thanks for looking and commenting,
Paul

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Excellent! I really like the whimsy of the cockroach and mushrooms.

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Post by Ken Ramos »

I find the Ledrinae hopper nymph to be quite interesting as to how you see it and now you don't or just bearly able too. :)

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Thanks Rik and Ken

If you're interested I show how 'normal flash', backlighting and backlighting in combination with short flash create different effects, specifically using the ledrinae hopper example in an extensively updated section to my blog - http://pbertner.wordpress.com/19-rules-to-follow/

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Post by Ken Ramos »

The ants and the termite, the Phorid fly and all the rest, simply amazing. :D

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