Friday, July 15, 2011

Macro World, Differenet World ...


The macro world observer's 
consciousness is different
from the one visible from
that of the plain naked eyes
...


Portrait of a Dragonfly 蜻蜓肖像 ...

Nikon D90, Tamron 90mm, ISO 100, 1/160 @ F/6.3, EV-1/3
KL Butterfly Park 
吉隆坡蝴蝶公园 ...


19 comments:

Randy said...

What big eyes!

Faaein Talip Roy said...

nak micro lens.... =(

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Awesome detail, even down to his little feet !
~Jo

Cloudia said...

nice work, friend



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George said...

This is a great capture. I like the eye.

Olivier said...

elle est belle, beau gros plan sur sa tete

BERMAXO said...

Excelente como siempre amigo ..me encantan tus fotografias seguimos aprendiendo por aqui slds

Japy said...

Nice macro. Greetings.

Andrey Salikov said...

childhood resembles

POESIE-LYRIK-HAIKU-KURZGESCHICHTEN-FOTOGRAFIE-H-P's FOTO ART said...

GROSSARTIG!!!

Liebe Grüsee

Hans-Peter

Bob Bushell said...

Really great.

Serline said...

I really want to catch those some day...catch those shots I mean. Great macro.

London Caller said...

They have dragonflies not butterflies in the park? ;)

Mama-Bug said...

Beautiful detail of the dragonfly.

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Gonçalo said...

Great Macro!

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

Absolutely love macros, Wong. They open a whole new world--and it's within arms-length. Hope you have a great weekend.

Ken Mac said...

he's buggin me out!

Sérgio Pontes said...

Nice macro photo =)

Regards