© Dan McConoughey


Uploaded: February 19, 2006


When these guys work it's usually safe to get close and shoot, as long as you don't get in the way.


Suzanne Hull February 22, 2006

Hey Dan, I'm working with Macro on my assignment with this camera...how did you get it so sharp...I can get up close, but I'm losing resolution. You have some awesome stuff in your gallery!!1 #396985

Choo Choo Love February 25, 2006

This is a WINNER! How did you get so close, Dan? This is magnificent! #2467603

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