Picture a day - a catcher. in the rye.

in hive-127238 •  last month 

I was weeding off the strawberries at my garden today (I live in a northern area, the climate is marshy here, and the garden for a couple of years has been overgrown with moss). A few grape snails grazed in it ... and I could not resist the temptation, stepped back into the house, took the camera and dedicated the next 40 minutes to uneasy business of snails' shepherding -- and macro photography.

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Сегодня я пропалывал на своем огороде грядку с клубникой. Местность у нас северная. климат болотистый, и грядка за пару лет изрядно заросла мхом. В нем паслась эта улитка... я не смог сопротивляться искушению, сходил в дом за камерой и посвятил полчаса делу пасения улиток -- и макрофотографии.

location: Russian countryside july 2020 natural lighting
camera/lens: Canon 350D Tamron 60mm raw-conv.
f7.1 t 1/400 ISO 400 ---
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Супер фото!
Не зря время потрачено!!!!
П.С. Мои фото теней на стеклянном столе мне совсем не понравились :-(
И дело не в качестве, просто не смотрится... странно, восприятие отличается...

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hello dear what a great photo. this little bug looks huge :)) congratulations. and I will consider your answer in my previous comment. I'm trying to learn

wish you well, my friend.

hello dear what a great photo. this little bug looks huge :)) congratulations. and I will consider your answer in my previous comment. I'm trying to learn