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    #16
    Re: Macro photography workshop (Warning! Pictures of reptiles inside)

    Woaw, that's some really interesting animals.
    And some really fantastic pictures. I love pretty much all of them, but the composition of #15:3 is just fantastic.

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      #17
      Re: Macro photography workshop (Warning! Pictures of reptiles inside)

      I panicked when I saw the spiders, and quickly stopped looking at the thread....
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        #18
        Re: Macro photography workshop (Warning! Pictures of reptiles inside)

        Originally posted by pakarang View Post
        I panicked when I saw the spiders, and quickly stopped looking at the thread....
        Then you missed the best pictures... :P They are from post #13 and onwards...

        Besides, the spiders in this thread are small, harmless, and very beneficial to have. They eat flies, mosquitos, and other annoying insects. It's just that they are made bigger by some "macro-playing"... :P
        Olympus user
        E-M1, E-M5
        w/ Lots of new and old (adapted lenses)...

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        MS Richard With, MS Nordnorge, MS Nordkapp, MS Nordlys, MS Finnmarken, MS Midnatsol (Both old and new)

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        MS Sunbird, former RCI Song of America, now MS Louis Olympia (August 2002)
        MS Adventure of the Seas (October 2010)
        MS Vision of the Seas (June 2012)
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          #19
          Re: Macro photography workshop (Warning! Pictures of reptiles inside)

          Originally posted by Eirik View Post
          Besides, the spiders in this thread are small, harmless, and very beneficial to have. They eat flies, mosquitos, and other annoying insects. It's just that they are made bigger by some "macro-playing"... :P
          I've heard that they sometimes also eat macro photographers... :-)

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