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    few bug photos i took

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    Great. I like the close up views because it's not often there's a chance to really study crawlies. The camouflage on the last one, just fantastic!

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    bugs i love em! they truely fascinate me...

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    Lovely.

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    Olympus E-450 with stock 45-75mm lens with a Raynox DCR 250 microscope lens adapter and a ringflash

    heres the lens adapter if anybodys intrested it fits all cameras
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Raynox-DCR...p2054897.l4276
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    Olympus make some good glass - many thanks for sharing
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    nice photographs I have a go at this myself must put some pictures on for you all have a look see

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    Wow,great pictures!
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