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Flower Is Food | Beetle | New York

I love going up to Cornell Botanic Gardens to do some macro photography.

When I go there for macro photography my intended subject is flowers.

It is always nice to find some other subjects in the mix as well.

One of the nicest things about nature photography is you never know what will turn up.

When you are looking to photograph flowers the last thing you really want to see is flowers that are all chewed up by insects.

But on the flip side finding an insect in the process of eating the a flower and being able to get nice close up photographs is a nice surprise.

Photo details: Nikon D500. Nikon 60mm f/2.8. Focal length 60mm. ISO 400. 1/400 sec. f/3.5.

Japanese Beetle on a flower

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