Tagged: insect

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Stunning Macro Photos of Insects Covered With Dew

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...

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Beauties in Bugs: Insect Women by Laurent Seroussi

Entitled Insectes, this incredible set was created by Photographer and graphic designer Laurent Seroussi who combined the beauty of the human female form with fascinating, symmetrical, and leggy bug bodies. Not sure what inspired...

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Creative Insect Macro Photography by Tustel Ico

We have featured many beautiful insect macro photography on our site, which always amaze us by those details and colors. Today, we will bring you some amazing work from Indonesian photographer Tustel Ico, whose...

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Beautiful Macro Photos of Praying Mantises

Today we will present you with some incredible macro photos of praying mantises. I am always irresistible to those fabulous macro photos and amazed by these truly beautiful color and wonderful moment captured by...

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Sweet Lover? How About Insect Candy?

I guess even the sweetest tooth might find these confections easy to resist. From worm lollipops to chocolate-dipped scorpions these bizarre concoctions could be from the dark mind of a twisted witch. Californian based...

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Something about the spiders

There are various kinds of pets in our world, cat,dog,fish,bunny,birds or SPIDER! Yes, spider! Somehow, it is difficult for me to think to raise a spider like a pet. But you can see they...

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Might be most beautiful insect in the Universe

The common insects that we hardly look at, mostly despise and even abhor, however they might become artistic intricate objects in macro-photography. Of course, some mugshots are frankly quite ugly, reenforcing our general dislike...

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Beautiful Macro Photography Shots – Insect

How many times you see those fly, bee, dragonfly, mantis, ladybug, and some unnamed insect flying around. Do you ever look close to them? How they look like when they are eating, flying, resting...