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Simply amazing! I think you're ready for National Geographic!


Thanks, Nikki! Not hardly but I appreciate your kind words.


How fantastically awesome!
Ok - I am out of new words to describe the many facinating things you photograph and describe in this blog. But this is totally cool!
I LOVE the bug shots. The flower is pretty as well, especially in the first shot, but the bug's face is just fantastic - and I ordinarily cannot stand bugs!
Isn't it a miracle how this experience of moving to the other side of the world has turned into so many opportunities for you to be a travel guide and blogger and photographer as well!
I am very proud to call you family :)

Shanda Ives

I had no idea macro photography would be so challenging! I've been wanting a lens and this post has wet my interest even more! Isn't it wonderful to see the details God puts into even the tiniest of creatures? Great job on these...they pulled me in and fed my soul. :)

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