1. mjmountain

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    1. No idea what this gelatinous beast is..
    [​IMG]DSC05079 by mike mountain, on Flickr

    2. Rebuilding a web
    [​IMG]DSC05041 by mike mountain, on Flickr

    3. Small fly on a gate
    [​IMG]DSC05029 by mike mountain, on Flickr

    4. Bluebottle having a drink
    [​IMG]DSC05022 by mike mountain, on Flickr

    5. Non biting midge
    [​IMG]DSC05146 by mike mountain, on Flickr

    6. Baby snail
    [​IMG]DSC05143 by mike mountain, on Flickr

    7. Harvestman
    [​IMG]DSC05125 by mike mountain, on Flickr

    8. Another small fly on a hedge
    [​IMG]DSC05098 by mike mountain, on Flickr

    More on Flickr, and better image quality too.

    Cheers

    Mike
     
    Last edited: Sep 9, 2017
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  3. Kodiak Qc

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    Cool, my pick would be #6 after healing out
    the spider webs. (y)
     
  4. mjmountain

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    Thanks, my personal preference is not to alter the actual contents of the photo, but I appreciate it would improve things.

    Just for you @Kodiak Qc
    [​IMG]snail2 by mike mountain, on Flickr
     
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    Nice set Mike #2 of the spider is great and the snail I like even with the web
    I do not know #1 is
     
  6. mjmountain

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    Thanks Alf. On closer inspection it looks like #1 is on its way to becoming a fly or midge.
     
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    Nice, could #1 be a hoverfly larva?
     
  8. GardenersHelper

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    Nice set Mike. The first one is fascinating (and not easy to get a good image of I imagine with it being so reflective). I very much like both of the bubble-blowing bluebottle images. I think you've done well with the midge and I love snails in motion (getting the eyes and the shell in focus can be difficult, but good when you can manage it). I prefer this one with the strand of silk left in place.
     
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