Used a Canon 6D and 85mm f/1.8. Settings were 1/100 sec; f/1.8; ISO 1250.
My husband found this strange looking caterpillar floating on a fake lily pad in our little goldfish pond. He is a little wet but safe now. 🙂 He has one of the coolest faces I have ever seen… so I focused on that. Sunglasses and a smile!
Here is some more information about the species of moth—> The Laugher Charadra deridens
Used the Olympus TG-4 on Microscope mode.
OK.. this is a little weird, but during the holidays I had some time to be a little creative and have some fun. My husband and I were taking shots of the supermoon and our TV antenna, that happens to look like a flying saucer, got the focus. LOL! So… I cloned out the arm that attaches it to the house, added a few lights, mist and rocket exhaust.
A male agapostemon splendens or “sweat bee”. They like human sweat apparently. I never knew that… Thank you Google. 🙂 They are flashy and pretty like they are dressed up for Mardi Gras!
Used a an Olympus TG-4 on microscope mode with the LED ring light attached.
A couple of cicada shells on an oak tree.
Canon 6D and EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS. Settings were 1/80 sec; f/8; ISO 800.
Been seeing this squirrel in one of my oak trees in the backyard. She has only a nub for tail and her mammaries are so full she has cleavage! LOL! I’ve been feeding her peanuts so she would get a bit closer. I love her pose and the way she is balanced on the branch.
Canon 6D and EF70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS. Used Topaz B&W Effects to convert from color.
A miniscule, flying insect with more eyes than head! 😆 Love the cute little nubs on the top! He seemed to be interested in nectar or pollen in these tiny blue flowers growing in the lawn.
Taken with Canon 6D and EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS. Settings were 1/80 sec; f/7.1; ISO 100.