Well I announce the inaugural Macro-photo.co.uk Mr September Contest…
Which of these Macro Misters do you like the best. ( to be honest I can’t be sure they are all misters !).
This set of images I took towards the end of September on a visit to Blashford Lakes nature reserve. Before I set off from the car – I had to do some unfortunate emergency repairs on my Canon MT-24ex Twin flash, as the plastic had cracked near the base. However with a bit of taping up and robbing of some of my diffusion material it was good for an outing held carefully. The repair – saw my old diffusion setup also having to be quickly hacked and patched – so the diffusion in some of these is not as good as others this year.
Anyway onto the competition !
And first up what I believe is a Turnip Sawfly.
Then an early instar sheildbug.
A Damselfly showing its best grin out of the black.
And an adult sheildbug.
And this unidentified green thingy…
And finally two entries from this possible rust fly. The second being closer up than the first.
All images taken on a Canon 5D mkIV with Canon MPE-65mm lens with a damaged Canon MT-24ex Flash gun not so well diffused!