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One of the very rare frontal shots (ladybugs prefer to face away from me for some strange reason :shrug: :floating:) and a nice one too.

Panasonic DMC TZ7, no flash, original cropped, contrast increased; August 16th - 23rd 2012.

If you like this one kindly check out the other shots I took of that ladybug (cf. entire series).
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Photography (c) :icontheanimalparade: (me)
Taken with Canon Powershot.

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January 7th and 9th 2014; Panasonic DMC TZ31, flash, handheld, vivid color-filter, 1/250 exposure, macro zoom and normal zoom, cropped, contrast increased, resized...

a few more experimental water shots taken before I went on my vacation :liquisoft: ..enjoy!
rock crystal pendant, purple foil (background) and water
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Euchirinae is a subfamily of Scarabaeidae or scarab beetles in the superfamily Scarabaeoidea. They are sometimes referred to as "long-armed scarabs" due to the elongated forelegs of the males. These long legs often have median and apical spines that are fixed in the male while females have a movable terminal spine.

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May 28th - June 5th 2013; Panasonic DMC TZ31, flash, handheld, auto-exposure, macro-zoom, cropped, contrast increased, resized...

my neighborhood, flower
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with all that pollen around one might wonder where the bee went. ^^
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This is a Sanji hama

Sanji belongs to One Piece (c)
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