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angela taylor

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Date: Wed August 21, 2013
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tomdunlop
Another great macro. What lens are you using? I have got some close up lenses but I never seem to be able to see any subjects to try them out on.
#1 Thu August 22, 2013 9:53am

angela taylor
Tom I am using a canon 100mm macro lens.and subjects head straight to the nearest butterfly bush,it's full of peacock butterflies Bee's and hoverfly's. Angela
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#2 Thu August 22, 2013 10:25am

tomdunlop
Thanks Angela, but I find they don't stay put long enough for me to focus.I am probably too slow to catch cold as they say.
#3 Fri August 23, 2013 10:37am

angela taylor
Catch them in the morning's before they have time to warm up Tom,once they have warmed up you will never catch them give it a go you will be surprised. Angela
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#4 Sat August 24, 2013 8:16am

tomdunlop
Thanks for the tip. will try it over at the lakes in a couple of weeks.
#5 Sat August 24, 2013 12:44pm




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