The Macro World: Cherry Log Tiny Insects #1

Macro Photography

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I think the beauty and the wonder of macrophotography is when you realize tiny details that have been right under your nose along. I walked out our cabin after a morning rain on Cherry Log Mountain, Cherry Log, Georgia. The goal was find some awesome raindrops to capture. I aimed my camera at the top of the first bush, at a little puddle and surprise! That puddle was an insect with raindrops clinging to his tiny legs, antenna and body.

Believe it or not, I walked around for over an hour then went back inside, later that afternoon the insect was in the same spot. No joke!

I’m not sure what kind of insect it was. Not enough detail in my shot. Do you know? Comment please.

f 5.6, ISO 100, flash 1/250 lens: canon 50mm

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