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Insects | Upclose


These images are collection of insects upclose, insects have been living amongst us for centuries but how many of us have seen their actual face here take a look.
Credits: Thomas Sahan

Dragon Fly Thomas Sahan
Dragon Fly With prey





























Fly Thomas Sahan
Fly

Bug Thomas Sahan
Bug

Spider Thomas Sahan
4 Eyed Spider
Bee Thomas Sahan
Bee

Fly Thomas Sahan
Fly

Robber Fly Thomas Sahan
Robber Fly
Robber Fly Thomas Sahan
Robber Fly with prey

Comments

  1. Nice photographs. They are an interesting species to know about.

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  2. Wow ! Have not seen such a magnified version before . Their eyes look like goggles !

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  3. Thanks Jaish,
    goggles ya, which no popular goggle brand can replicate.

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  4. Thanks Mani Credit goes to Thomas Shahan

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  5. ahem--are those real..like really real???

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  6. wow! i never thought i would see such a close up image of these insects and say wow ! But thats what i said the moment i saw these pics ! great !

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  7. Guess what Tangy i felt the same

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  8. they are really good !!
    great efforts !! loved it throughout...... :)

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  9. Thanks Dawny glad you liked it.

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  10. They do look kinda scary upclose, dont you think? We wouldnt have thought twice about them at their normal size....

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  11. Yes your Right, thanks for the comment Meoww! Meoww!.

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