A few macro photos

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From my garden, the interesting thing about this fly is
It is Leucophora. Tribe Hydrophoriini. Subfamily Anthomyiinae. Family Root-Maggot Flies (Anthomyiidae) and puts eggs in the nests of solitary bees
Fly on the wall IMG_0590
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I actually found when I was trying to photograph this
Solitary bee IMG_0618
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From Keston Common Bromley
Woodlouse
Woodlouse EF7A2440
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Springtail
Springtail EF7A2480
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Mite

Mite EF7A2590
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An ant woodlouse, I only took a few photos of these as it was so cold that day
Woodlouse EF7A2425
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The larger specimens e.g. the bee s Canon 550D and 60mm macro, the smaller ones e.g. the mite Canon 7D MKII and MPE65mm
 
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Very good photos IMO. Something for me to aspire to
Thank you very much, that is very kind. I think you should be taking equally good or better soon, just take loads and take most of them. Also editing makes a big difference.
 
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