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8 mm long grasshopper nymph.
Thanks Carol! Yes this guy was really tiny!
So tiny wow! Cool looking!
Yes, having the right equipment makes a big difference Jolly! I use a macro converter that clips onto my lens.
I have the patience but I don't have the right equipment!
Thank you for your kind comments Jolly! Sometimes a bit of patience is needed, but often I just get lost in the moment - transfixed by the wonder of nature! :)
Your patience contributed a lot to the world who is watching what's going on in NOAH. Thanks for the patience and for sharing.
Satyen, he was so tiny that I couldn't see how pretty he was until I downloaded the photos!
Thank you Rubens!freelancing you are right!
Great shot. His hands together looks like he's plotting something.
Great macro karenL ...congratulation !
Thanks Emma! We have lots of these tiny guys around but this was the only one considerate enough to hang around when my lens was 3" from its face!
Bello ojos genial
Yes you're right Christy! Thanks for you comment CornHolio!
Jiminy! So cute!!!
Awww...he looks like Jiminy!! Wonderful shots, Karen!
Thanks Mayra!Gerardo, yes this little guy had amazing eyes!
wow look at the eyes incredible !
Lat: 35.90, Long: -86.89
Spotted on Apr 26, 2012 Submitted on Apr 27, 2012
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