Raymen took this one at a cemetery in Milltown. He has a steadier hand than I do.
This guy wouldn't hold still for me. He was hard to focus on.
A fruit fly on our kitchen counter. It was taken with a reversed lens.
aphid taken with a reversed stacked lens.
I am not sure, but I think this may be a kind of lady bug too. It is on a mint leaf.
A very tiny flying ant? on the edge of Lloyd's cactus flower. Check under Home visit>Boise to see another of Lloyd's cactus flowers.
Raymen's pet tree frog. We had this little guy for almost 2 years, but released him at Hakone when Ray went away to college.
A hover fly on ivy
These fellows move around so quickly it is really difficult to obtain focus before they are gone.
a bee on a camellia
A tiny fruit fly. I think he is still pretty young because his exoskeleton is almost transparent.
This is my one shot with the 70-300 macro. It was hand held with no flash.
I don't know what this is. I call it a dragon caterpillar
Swimming in a sea of pollen inside a red peone.
A small fly (about a quarter inch) taken with reversed stacked lens
a dragon fly in Korea