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03 February 2011

#4 Flowers and answer(s)

I'm very glad that many of you like my photos and also that there is so much of you :D
In comments, few people asked what equipment do I have, someone told that is has to be something expensive. No, I use Canon Powershot A580, with no additional lenses. But I must tell you that I use also homemade diffuser so my photos look more professional ;)
Someone else asked where these photos were taken- in Poland. All of them. And all uploaded in the future will be from my homeland ;)

Today, I want to show you some flowers:




And now, answer to yester question. Two people were close, telling that it's beetle. It's larva of Coccinella septempunctata, also know as a the seven-spot ladybird. Photo of imago form (on flower, as the headline says):

Fighting with one of its enemy, for food (and the food is Aphid, next time I'll show you some of them). You even can see me on its armor:

54 comments:

  1. That thing turns into a ladybird?

    Magic everywhere in this bitch

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  2. Mind sharing more info on that homemade diffuser?

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  3. wow i never new that nature is amazing thing isn't it.

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  4. dewdrops is cool. next time you should bring a squirt bottle and make your own with photos like the ladybug ones.

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  5. lol ladybug is nomming on some aphids

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  6. Nice pictures! I really like closeups of small things.

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  7. As a kid I've always enjoyed the sight of a ladybug. I think I might've kept one as a pet before too...

    On topic though, those flowers look absolutely beautiful.

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  8. Oh cute little beetle !

    I want to tame one ! ;)

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  9. Wow! I'm impressed you got these shots with the point-and-shoot camera like a Powershot. I have one myself, and you've inspired me even more to try photography as a hobby.

    Keep it up!

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  10. Point and shoot cameras are pretty nifty, and can be quite good. Mine is not particularly brilliant, but it does pick up a lot of detail. Keep up the good pictures :D

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  11. great. You should start a website. Or a business or something

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  12. Love close up shots of nature or bugs/animals in general. Following.
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  13. never would have guessed a ladybird...

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  14. Takes a lot of skill to capture pictures like taht...

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  15. wow now that is some cool photography! that's something minecraft needs, lady bugs!

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  16. nice pictures! anyone can point a camera at something but you rell semm to have an eye for this.

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  17. Makes me feel as if springtime is really near. Thanks for the hope in these cold winter days!

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  18. Really nice pictures man. The bugs are really interesting creatures

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  19. wow, these things look so ordinary from afar, but up close they look amazing! keep up the good work :D

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  20. wow, the last picture is just awesome!

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  21. Great pictures mate, ive been enjoying your updates.

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  22. Love my new camera, was a christmas present and havn't put it down since

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  23. Wow, that ladybug and the ant is my favorite. But excellent photos!

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  24. The second one is amazing. So pure, silent, calm. :)
    Following and supporting!

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  25. More great pictures. Always look forward to seeing new ones.

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  26. nice picturs, love the details!

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  27. Droplets are always photogenic. Well done.

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  28. Amazing photography, keep it up! Supporting

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  29. amazing and detailed pictures in here, keep them coming bro!

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  30. That ant better check himself before he wrecks himself.

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  31. Looking good, hope the pics will get better and better :)

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  32. Just saw that you got 100 followers now. Congratz and keep feeding our starving eyes.

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  33. Poland must be beautiful. Hope to visit one day.

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  34. pretty cool pics, keep up the good work.

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  35. great shots. i love the second with the raindrops on it

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  36. Very nice pictures.

    Really like the one with the lady bugs

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  37. You may have inspired me to shell out for that camera. I've been wanting a good-quality one that doesn't have purple ghosting that isn't bloody expensive.

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  38. Yay, flowers. Good camera work by the way.

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  39. I like to smell a wet flower as much as the next guy. Congrats on a successful blog.

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  40. I'm thinking about taking digital photography next year? Any tips you'd recommend?

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  41. So that thing turns to a ladybug?!

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  42. haha, so weird that everyone calls them ladybirds or ladybugs.

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  43. Nice, High rez photos.
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  44. Wow, these photos are stunning!

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