Monday, April 04, 2011

Macro In the park V3




Macro in the park is my usual macro/nature/insects photography activities on the weekend if the weather permits.

No matter how many times I went to the same park and sometimes end up capturing the same insects over and over again, I never get bored and I also believe that maybe someday I will see something new and interesting - I don't know what is it but I always believe it firmly and that have been my usual motivation when I went to the park looking out for insect, hoping to find something new....

I guess that's what they call passion...

But for me, I think it's kind of fun and surely more fun than just sitting at home in front of TV.

This time around, first and foremost, is this small creatures.... looks like ants but I'm not really sure their type and species name and I take the liberty calling them as Lily Wong.

By the way, this time around, we use both the superzoom Panasonic FZ28 and the mirror-less compact, Panasonic G1 (with standard kit lens of 14-45mm). Additionally, we also use the Raynox DCR-250 Macro Lens for further magnification.






















And the next subject is this butterfly.... the long zoom of Panasonic FZ28 is very useful....











And now the dragon fly.....









And on my way home, I saw this tiny grass hopper (or so I think);








I also spotted a spider but I will upload the photo in a separate article later...



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