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Nature Shots

paul1598419

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Western Washington is quite different than eastern Washington. We have a lot more forests and a very diverse flora from trees to plants of all sorts. Summer seems to be our greatest insect weather. I see far more spider webs and tiny ants where I live. Fortunately, I have not encountered any mosquitoes here in 17 years of living in Tacoma. It has cooled down again here where the highs for the last few days have been in the 70s F. Sure can't complain about that considering what the rest of the country must endure.

But, I don't get around as well as I used to and going to take nature shots is not something that would be easy for me to do.
 
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I meant just landscapes. I kind of like seeing big ferns under tall evergreens in the fog. You could try getting a foggy sunrise from in the woods, or a 30 sec exposure of a clear night sky from in the a dimly lit forest if your camera is good enough.

Here are some non insect, non flower pics. But my camera is still better for macro than landscapes.





I prefer colorful insects and flowers over the ugly duckling. Even ugly insects look better... I hope they don't have hair growing out of their eyes





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BowtieGuy

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Cool macros, Nutball; I think I recognize a few of those characters in that last photo, they're some "fun guys"! :LOL:
 

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Ah, some fungi in some of these. That was pretty funny putting faces on the mushrooms. I didn't see that one coming.
 




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