Dragonfly - Makro photo of the Day


Dragonfly from Boudhanath Kathmandu, Nepal, taken on 11.09.2013 with a Lumix Panasonic DMC -TZ 18..

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Things can look real different when viewed from close.Macro-Photography is an increddibly interesting field not only for professionals.Since the days that good cameras became affordable for almost anyone many great pictures where taken and since the internet came up you can find excellent photographs all over the net.( See this example site where brilliant pictures of gemstones where taken with a medium price camera).
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