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  1. I really like the caterpillar, all of the different textures and layers of green. The others have great sense of subject. What kind of camera did she use?

  2. Karen Walker says:

    These are wonderful photographs. So much detail.Karen

  3. Chuckie58 says:

    Thanks, I was pretty happy with these as well. Those bugs are behind glass, and I accidentally happened on a good setting for that with my Kodak Z8612 IS. Cheap camera, but takes nice pictures.

  4. K. A. Laity says:

    They are great pix!I should move the crock up as he is with the bugs in the Museum of Life + Science rather than the zoo.

  5. Chuckie58 says:

    You might want to explain that that's a real, live croc, since people have been asking about that.

  6. Todd Mason says:

    And a juvenile one, from the looks of it. As Bill Crider notes, it's a fine portrait.

  7. K. A. Laity says:

    There were three as I recall. The barred owl kept staring at them, at least every time she wanted to avoid Susan's camera, LOL.

  8. Chuckie58 says:

    He wouldn't look at me, either. Maybe if I'd held up some mail….

  9. K. A. Laity says:

    For the uninitiated, mail is delivered by owls in the Harry Potter world.

  10. Todd Mason says:

    Ah. Yes, I bogged down in the Dahl and weak tea of the opening chapters of the first novel, and haven't seen the films nor read further yet, if ever. Thus well on my way to cultural illiteracy. Won't get TWILIGHT, etc., references either.

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