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A little green and gold beetle who landed on one of my potted fig trees while I was out stalking my yard with my camera. I only got a few shots of him then he was outta there. Upper Caboolture.Olympus E-500 Zuiko 35mm Macro lens1/200s f3/5 ISO:160
macro bug beetle green and gold
excellent shot and very cute- whatever it is!!
Thank you ceecee. I have no idea what it is, but I love the texture he had all over and the green metallic sheen.
Lovely details and colours, some of these little bugs we never see up close are beautiful, Mr Sheen certainly is!! How do you know it is not Mrs Sheen? lol!
I love my macro lens! I didn’t even know he looked this good until I loaded it into the computer, it was his colouring that first caught my attention. Would you believe me if I said he winked at me? Lol
what a creature
Wonderful shot – love the colors on this little guy
Thank you so much!
Fantastic capture Raychel, nature never ceases to amaze me with all these fascinating little critters flying about!
Thank you Simone. The more I look, the more I find and the more I am amazed.
Gorgeous work…….love the colours. Your work really is excellent.
Thank you so much. Your images are amazing and for a very worthy cause. Keep up the great work!
Thank you so much for the feature big smiles
wow! love that metallic color! :D
Thank you Ralph, I wish he would have stayed a while longer.
Congratulations on this feature in the groupBackyard Macro & Closeups.=
Thank you so much for the feature =D
That critter looks so cheeky. Great capture.Congrats.
He was cheeky. It went something like ‘now you see me, now you don’t.’ Oh well, I got a couple of nice shots :)
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