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|From the family Tipulidae, this is commonly known in UK as a crane fly or "daddy long-legs". |
Taken with a 13mm extension tube behind the lens and exposure compensation of -1
Informational Quote :
Crane flies are among the animals which cause the most panic in a bedroom, apart from probably spiders, that is. Attracted by the light, they fly in the window and start to flap against lampshades of the main light or the bedside light...apart from this they do no harm at all. Craneflies are merely large flies. They do not feed as adults, nor do they bite or sting. The female lays eggs in the ground, where the larvae feed on vegetation, sometimes causing damage by gnawing at the roots of plants
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Belle photo norman, pas 憝ident les gros plan sur cet insecte tout en gardant tout son corps dans la photo avec ses grandes pattes.
- [2005-05-19 1:01]
Fantastic shot, Norman. Very interesting POV. Super sharp details. And I like the shiny wings. Well done. TFS. : )
- [2005-05-19 10:05]
wow! what a macro! what details and sharpness! great presentation. i am very surprised by ignorance of all members of this site. sorry, but only 2 points!
don't worry, be happy!
Great shot, excellent DOP
In a friendly way Christophe