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Tue Jun 21 4:09 pm  #1

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Heres some pointless pics from garden creatures. The Green fly thing is about 5mm.

Edit:- Those two moths are the same person...it flew from the shed to the wall and looks different.




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Tue Jun 21 4:25 pm  #2

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Ah using the macro ? How close can you get ?

Tue Jun 21 4:43 pm  #3

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Macro would have been a far better pic. Don't really need to use it, but the Macro on these cameras is 1cm

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