Which comes first?
(does birth is always happening before death?)
Today I was doing some macro shooting comparison between my Oly and my daughters NIKON. That is because yesterday I have purchased macro extension tubes for her Nikon.
Not good subjects was ready at hand, so I tried to shoot leaves of a bouquet of flowers, which my wife put on a terrace table.
I leave this comparison results for a future, because I am not certain I'm ready yet for final decision.
But while shooting, I have noticed a few dead insects on the leaves. All were very tiny, only 3-5 mm in length.
What surprised me was that one of the insects seemed got it's death even before it's birth. Maybe that was a mosquito, but I may be wrong. Whatever it was, it made me a bit weird feeling.
Birth and DEATH on the same flower
These four pictures were taken by @onealfa on JUNE 15, 2018, in Vilnius, Lithuania
Gear used: Olympus E-M1 MarkII & 60mm F2.8, M.Zuiko macro, 1/1250sec, F/7.1, ISO-800, -0.3 exp bias
+in-camera focus stacking + photoscape for cropping and color corrections
- All your RESTEEM's always are much appreciated here, and always noticed. ;)