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Approaching a flower.

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#1 | Andre on 15 November 2009 15:24:34
Wait till Jorge sees this one! Grin
#2 | brundlefly on 29 November 2009 00:09:36
Truly good shot!
#3 | mehoz on 11 December 2009 11:18:33
Good job! But it doesn't seem realGrin
#4 | jorgemotalmeida on 16 December 2009 01:12:09
grrrrr.... really my mithicos... are awesome. I have one photo of it flying but in the background. Check out the Cephalodromia nitens.
#5 | vida on 17 December 2009 19:51:54
Have just seen this post now. mmtyrn it is as real as it gets! Took me many, many hours of trying to get this shot. It is approaching a tiny white daisy type flower in my garden.Smile
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