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Unfortunately, the tree this cone came off has since been cut down, but for many years there were three months that the bright purple cones decorated this evergreen.

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I love your closeups, Angiud. What camera and lens are you using?

Too bad about the bug eating the orchid... but that is just nature doing what nature does.

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Thank you, Ian.

I use a Canon 450D with Canon 100 mm f 2.8 Micro lens (no stabilized), sometimes with camera flash, sometimes with a ring strobe.

For the yellow beetle a tripod too.

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Thank you, Ian.

I use a Canon 450D with Canon 100 mm f 2.8 Micro lens (no stabilized), sometimes with camera flash, sometimes with a ring strobe.

For the yellow beetle a tripod too.

Thanks for the reply. I only carry one lens with me when I travel to Thailand... an 18 to 200 for my Nikon 200D. it gives a good cross section for snapshots and medium telephotos, but not so good for real close ups. I also carry a Pentax W30 for when I'm around water, but the time delay prevents some photos being taken. The new Pentax W90 has a special lens and lighting system for extreme close ups, but I haven't checked it out. I have close up lenses at home in Canada that I use if I'm on photo shoot sort of day, but I don't bring them to Thailand with me.

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