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SkygeJager Jun 20
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Shelly Still 50m
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RGMOORE PHOTOGRAPHY 2h
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aneesh pavan prodduturu 18h
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Annette Evans 2h
If you haven’t stopped by the Macroscopic Solutions booth at today is the last day they will be here! Check out all the amazingly beautiful images!!
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Chris Jun 19
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Dorian Stretton 9h
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Philipp Salzgeber Jun 21
Yet another Jumping spider, Marpissa muscosa, Rindenspringspinne, this species is pretty common around our house, this time it was crawling about our deck chairs.
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Chris Jun 22
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Chris Jun 22
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Robert Gilson 5h
Epipaschia superatalis (Dimorphic Macalla) feeding on Toxicodendron radicans (Poison Ivy) It seems amazing to me that anything would eat this plant . . .
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Christine Belanger 2h
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Ai-Lin 2h
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Jeanette Netty Astley Jun 22
Bit of practise with new supa dupa macro lens courtsey of Dave❤️
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Siobhán Farrelly 12h
Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.   
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Dani Leis (มาลี) Jun 16
My friend and neighbor, Kwan, loves to grow in our garden. I like to smell them, and of course, photograph them.
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Barbara Stock Jun 18
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Too many humans 4h
Grabbed some pics of this bonny little lass. Whilst focusing I realised I could be daft so gave myself a thumbs up. Yes I'm a child. Look at the the biggest eye on the right.
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Siobhán Farrelly Jun 21
The humble Dandelion.....A beauty all on it's own...
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Mohammed Habib 5h
“Flowers are never lonely when they have rain drops as friends.”
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