My little hopper was captured using a DSLR with a Canon 100mm macro lens and tripod. Photographed in Tasmania, Australia.
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Another one of my bug images has been featured on red bubble home page the image is called White Valley! Two home page features in one week….so excited. thank you all…
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1:1 Macro Photography Group: Won the March Avatar Challenge
A Photographer’s Craft group: Won February Challenge
The Woman Photographer Group: Macro Bugs Challenge and itty bitty teeny tiny (ie..very small) challenge
Top 10 winner Quick November Avatar challenge
I found this tiny little Australian Grasshopper hopping around in my vegi patch. The flowers photographed in this image where also from my garden.
Photographing grasshoppers was new to me when I found this little guy in my garden, he was so green and cute I had to try and get a photo of him.
He didn’t sit still for long, I had a few seconds, but when he looked straight at me I knew (hoped) this is going to be very special.
!another one of my bug pics called White Valley! has been featured on red bubble home page March 2009
Two home page features in one week….so excited. thank you all…