4 your eyes only?

© Mark Dijstelberge

4 your eyes only?

Uploaded: April 21, 2009

Description

f16 1/320s

reversed lens with 24mm sigma

more info on my weblog.

blog.mdsign.nl

Exif: F Number: 2.5, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 3125/1000000 seconds, Flash: fired, compulsory flash mode, return light not detected, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 86.00 mm, Model: NIKON D300

Comments

Michelle Alton April 21, 2009

Fantastic!!! I have no idea what reverse lens means, but this looks like a fantastic macro. Great ....no...BRILLIANT work! #1116820

Kerry Hill April 21, 2009

Wow!!! Excellent shot, Mark!!! Awesome details and clarity!!! Well done!! #7428259

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe April 21, 2009

Looks like a winner to me! #7428346

Melissa G. Meiselman April 21, 2009

Amazing macro with ultra sharp detail, great lighting and terrific composition, Mark!! #7428630

Liz blahh April 21, 2009

Excellent macro!!! #7429476

Tania Bounader April 22, 2009

I can feel it staring at me !! #7436942

Christina C. Moore April 24, 2009

I just love those hairy legs and goggly eyes. Well done! #7445022

Terry L. Ellis level-classic April 27, 2009

Spectacular, Mark! Loved your blog and photos! #7458966

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