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Taken by: Suzan Meldonian

The Nanny. I love her face, notice how she has picked up...
The Nanny.  I love her face, notice how she has picked up... by Suzan Meldonian
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Posted: Thursday, June 7, 2012- (6/7/2012 10:46:00 PM)
Category: Macro - Close-Up
location: Philippine Sea Philippines
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message Great photo Suzan, MB
 
Marylin B
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message Thank you Marylin. I am going to put together a folder called "Whooville."
Suz
 
Niteflightphoto
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message That sounds really cool. I wish my eyes were a little keener I had a very difficult time seeing them even when I knew they were there. Maybe it's just their transparency.
I did a 2 day class with Alex Tyrell and He would grab my camera take the photo then show them to me on the screen, at that point they were blow up enough to see.
Your pictures are just great. We've got to do this together some time. MB
 
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message Marylin,
I can't see s___t.... I use my lenses as my eyes. That's why I am diggin the 10 x so much. It took a little getting used to, and you still have to be absolutely still. I really thought they would be larger over there- but they are just as teensie as they are here. The beauty over there is - there's not nearly as much back scatter as there is here.
Suzan
 
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