From Ireland-based photographer Tomasz Skoczen‘s camera, these ladybugs look absolutely enchanting when they are glistening with rain or dew. Using his Canon 5D Mark II and his macro lens, Tomasz took mostly of these black and red winged insects in the garden of his backyard. Skoczen has learned a great deal about ladybugs, from where to find them to how many species they have, from their appearance to their behavior. No wonder he can capture so many amazing ladybug photos.
Not all caterpillar can turn into beautiful butterfly, some of them will become moth and you will suprisingly find out – the cuter caterpillar is before, the more ordinary moth is after. Don’t believe me? Take a look at the 16 sets of before & after photos we collected for caterpillar and moth, you will find out yourself.
1. Acraga Coa caterpillar and Acraga Coa moth
Glasswinged butterfly is a special type of butterfly with translucent wings. They are real exist in the world, not creature only in one’s imagination or created by photo editing tools like Photoshop. Found primarily in Central America (Mexico through Panama), the glasswinged butterfly’s name in Spanish is Espejitos which translates as little mirrors. Indeed, the tissue between the veins of its wings looks like glass, as it lacks the colored scales found in other butterflies.
1. By Stivale AA
I love macro photos, however, something macro insect photos really freak me out with it super close-up. But the story is totally different when those insect are soaking in dew, which is extremely beautiful and glittering. Macro photography, as shown here by David Chambon, a France-based photographer, requires a decent light-source – and in this case it is the jewel-like droplets which capture the light so essential for these works of art. They look like pure gems! Click here to see more of David’s work online. [source]
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