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  1. #1441
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    last wasp, i promise.







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  2. #1442
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    Thats a cracking fine shot Nate. I'm waiting to find one of those that stands still long enough for me to even get the camera let alone compose, focus and adjust settings.
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  3. #1443
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    105VR/ TC17/ R1/ sb900



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    Didn't quite get what I was hoping for. I think I had slight camera movement or something. Still, I didn't even know we had these in Aust so I'm happy.
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  5. #1445
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    When I see a lovelly focussed shot of a moving insect like that Rooz, I just think "smart arse"
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  7. #1447
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    When I see a lovelly focussed shot of a moving insect like that Rooz, I just think "smart arse"
    Well - it certainly is a 'Smart Ass' on that insect.
    Seriously - I have no idea how he managed that shot!
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  8. #1448
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    Wasp also posted on the nikon POTD thread. Essentially uncropped, the original zoomed in is a bit frightening
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  9. #1449
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    Kudos to you and Rooz, DPR. Not only have you guys captured amazing images of wasps, but you also have the courage to get close to them (something I'm lacking, I hate those things!).

  10. #1450
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    Looks to me like Rooz found a wasp that had flown into a pane of glass. It's not shallow DoF it's just squashed
    Only joking Rooz it's a smart shot all right.
    So's that last one of yours DPR terrific colours, I thought wasps were all black & yellow.
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