THE LAST FEW SHOTS BEFORE THE DARK

in Fascinating Insects2 months ago (edited)

It was a hot summer evening ...

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... the date was 11. August 2016 ... the time 19 : 01 ... the light was fading and the night was relatively near ...

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... now is 19 : 01 again ... while I'm writing this sentence ... It's dark outside, and I'm ready to publish these old photographs that I found on the external drive earlier today.

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I took these shots in the park near the sea, along the bay here in my hometown ...

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... with the small, half - broken compact camera Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ7, the only camera I had in 2016 ... so this crepuscular photographs aren't particularly sharp and clear ...

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... but they still convey a bit of atmosphere ... and I caught some insects that evening ...

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... so, I decided to make a short post out of this material ... before I archive it for good.

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I photographed mostly some minuscule flies ...

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... on the Spartium junceum shrub ...

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... I found just one small moth ...

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... and some Hysteropterum planthopper from the Issidae family.

As always in these little insect collections, the photographs are my work.

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Make the best with what you have, even despite the camera issues, I find these photos very clear and detailed. Micro-life is all around.

beautiful and very interesting some of these and amazing insect photo collections.

Looking forward to spring time! I hope warm sunshine and blue sky will return soon! 🙀🐈🐈😎👽🛸

Your post is reblogged and upvoted by me. It is a good post. Thank you @borjan

Thank you :)

Great collection of insect photos @borjan

Thanks :)

Your photography always is awesome.

Thanks :) when there is a passion and a bit of practice, even with very low quality equipment something nice looking can be produced.