Molting Mantis (Summer insects ). Photo by snoopy71
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Molting Mantis

Uploaded by: snoopy71

Sunday August 8, 2010

Indianapolis, IN (Current Weather Conditions)

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Model: Canon EOS D30

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Subject Distance: 0.0 m

Metering Mode: Pattern

Flash: Flash did not fire.

Focal Length: 200.0 mm

User Comment:

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About snoopy71

I have been shooting photos of places, weather, events, and sometimes people for as long as I can remember. Most of the older photos I have posted were taken with Canon EOS Elan II E, a Canon A2, or a Canon EOS 1 35mm film camera. I've been using Tamron zoom lenses: 28-105mm and 70-300 with 1:2 Macro. Until recently, I've used a Canon A80 point and shoot along side the film cameras, until the A80 died. In spring of 2009, I happened on a sweet deal from a camera dealer that I've trusted for a long time, and dove head first into the DSLR world by purchasing a Canon EOS D30 (gently used). I recently upgraded to a more capable Canon EOS 1D Mk IIN!

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