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Nikon D800E ,Mitutoyo M Plan APO 5x NA 0.14 200/0

1/200s iso100 230 stack at 20 micron step, RAYNOX TUBE 175mm bellows extension, 5mm objective extension - aprox 3.9x

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A very Big Bad Wolf!

:)

 

Harmless little chaps, really, but extremely fleet of foot (feet?) - unless you're a small insect, of course. :D

Superb detail as always, Bob. These close-ups deserve a position in the nature reference archives, I've certainly never seen such detailed natural (i.e. non-electron microscope) photography. You've obviously well and truly perfected the use of stacking process and software, and this certainly was well worth the effort. I admire the patience you've shown to do this.

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Looks like he is missing an eye. The bottom row only has three. Quite a narrow overall arrangement of eyes too.

Sometimes wish I had the time and patience to shoot such detailed pictures. I usually just grab a few live shots whilst relocating spiders and other little creatures from the house to the backyard.

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Looks like he is missing an eye. The bottom row only has three. Quite a narrow overall arrangement of eyes too.

Sometimes wish I had the time and patience to shoot such detailed pictures. I usually just grab a few live shots whilst relocating spiders and other little creatures from the house to the backyard.

i noticed the missing eye as well.. 


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Perfect picture.

When I read the technical details I realize, once again, I have so much to learn.


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You are a loser when you quit".
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Thank you for sharing this amazing window into another world invisible to the unaided eye...

The surreal grandiose beauty latent within is a joy to behold...

 

Again your stellar efforts are a beacon of inspiration amidst a dark sea of mediocrity that abounds within the vast sphere of the Internet...

Only from the likes of National Geographic have I seen such image mastery into the depths of a microcosm beyond the limits of human sight...

 

Looking forward to more of your dazzling captures...  Bravo!

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On 8/26/2016 at 23:32, Thomas Van Dyke said:

Thank you for sharing this amazing window into another world invisible to the unaided eye...

The surreal grandiose beauty latent within is a joy to behold...

 

Again your stellar efforts are a beacon of inspiration amidst a dark sea of mediocrity that abounds within the vast sphere of the Internet...

Only from the likes of National Geographic have I seen such image mastery into the depths of a microcosm beyond the limits of human sight...

 

Looking forward to more of your dazzling captures...  Bravo!

 

I feel the same, although I could not have put it quite so eloquently.  Where Thomas is a poet,i am a bull in a China shop :)


Nikon D500, D700, Df, 18-140/3.5-5.6 VR, 20/2.8D, 28-105/3.5-4.5D, 50/1.8D, 60/2.8D Macro, 80-200/4.5-5.6, 300/4E PF, 35/2D,  Tamron 70-200/2.8 VC

Manual Focus Lenses:  Nikon 55/3.5 Micro pre-AI, 105/2.5 AI, ZY Mitakon Creator 85/2

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