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Fascinating and Colourful Photographs of Creepy Crawlies

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While they might make our skin crawl, they indisputably offer photographers a heap of opportunities for great macro photography. Creep crawlies are everywhere and with a macro lens, a reversing ring, some extension tubes or a macro bellows, you can get some amazing images. Check out this collection of creepy crawlies and see the links at the bottom if you want some tips on taking shots like this yourself.

Curious by Gemma Stiles, on Flickr

Tanguru Chafer by SidPix, on Flickr
shield-backed bug by tonrulkens, on Flickr
Adult Male Jumping Spider at Sunset – Phidippus mystaceus by Thomas Shahan, on Flickr
Potters Wasp by aussiegall, on Flickr
Within by aussiegall, on Flickr
Chrysolina sp. * rebordeada en rojo-anaranjado by jacilluch, on Flickr
In my garden by Nina Matthews Photography, on Flickr
Rendezvous of Emerald Tiger Beetles by giovzaid85, on Flickr
by aussiegall, on Flickr
Bee on Echinacea by aussiegall, on Flickr
honeybee by loco's photos, on Flickr
Rainbow Shield Bug on Jatropha leaf by tonrulkens, on Flickr
our lady of the daisy by jasleen_kaur, on Flickr
La oruga y sus larvas / The caterpillar and larvae by lucaskuriger, on Flickr
Female Green Lynx Spider (Peucetia viridans) by BSC Photography, on Flickr
our lady of the dead daisy by jasleen_kaur, on Flickr
Looking away by kyalanur, on Flickr
Harlequin bug nymph by bareego, on Flickr
DaddyLongLegs by scott1723, on Flickr
longhorn beetle by loco's photos, on Flickr
longhorn beetle by loco's photos, on Flickr
Small Cuckoo Wasp by aussiegall, on Flickr

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