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Old 02-04-2005, 03:17 AM
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I found this picture on a memory card a week or so ago. Its not that great, but I think its pretty funny.




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Don't sell yourself short, that is a great photo. Awsome colors on the lower jaw and the fly shows a lot of detail. Great Photo!
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Not so great? That's awesome!!! Post somemore crappy ones, please!
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Haha.

Thanks guys. Its sorta funny, I was taking some shots and this fly just crawled right up on the azureus. The fly was taken in a half second later, but I took a couple quick shots and forgot all about them.

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What camera do you use?
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I've had the Canon 300D for about a month and a half. I wish I could shoot more, but this semester has been pretty busy. I am looking forward to free time this summer. I just have the 18-50mm kit lens... but I'm saving for a macro lens.

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