Apr 24, 2014

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Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew.

A Photographer Ondrej Pakan of Miyavi, Slovakia, makes a stunning macro photographs of insects in the drops of dew. “He was waiting in the rain for when it will end, but it’s worth it when I see pictures of insects in the drops of water.” The Photos are really amazing have a look…

1. A ladybug  after a rain.

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (1)  2. Dragonfly in rum.

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (2)  3. Fly in the dew. “It’s hard not to wet equipment in particular, especially in exotic locations.”

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (3)  4. “People especially like the colors and how the water droplets increase the individual parts of insects.” In the photo: zhurchalka in the water.

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (4)  5. Ant in the dew.

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (5)  6. Eyes of the insect in the drops of water.

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (6)  7. Dragonfly in drops of dew.

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (7)  8. Dragonfly with one large drop of water on his head.

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (8)  9. Drenched ant.

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (9)  10. Bug in the dew.

Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew (10)

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14 Responses to Amazing Macro Photography of Insects in The Drops of Dew.

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  3. Kapilchaurasia13 says:

    awesome

  4. SungFeee says:

    Wow thats pretty amazing dude. Nice images.
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  5. Edwin Moz says:

    Absolutely amazing photos!

  6. Guest says:

    Awesome photo’s!

  7. vinesh says:

    Can some one tell me which type of camera and lense is used to take these.

  8. Loc1225 says:

    Yes !! me too, I like to know which type of camera and lens is used to take these pictures.

  9. Tony says:

    Very nice!  You should have called #9 “Spare Parts,” as it appears to be carrying an extra head.

  10. Som says:

    Awesome photography !!

  11. Absolutely amazing photographs.  I have a couple in hornets with dew drops but they are not quite as good as yours.  Check them out if you would like. http://www.squidoo.com/collection-of-insect-videos-and-photographs

  12. Saung Chan says:

    I very very very love this .Your blog is greatest.

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