Insects, which our eyes can’t see clearly, here our author, as part of wildlife – Insect photography, made a photo story of the macro world of insects.

Sometimes we learn from the tiniest of the known

Macro photography is something that we get from nature. We take the help of macro lenses and extension tubes to attain their pictures. Moreover, dusk and dawn are the best times for such photography because the density and light will be more apt at these times. In order to capture the essence of the macro world of insects.

As everyone thinks it is too easy to capture these tiny living things, they are wrong as this particular job needs a lot of patience and hard work to get the maximum output. A journey into their nucleic lives can change your views about your own life. Unity and hard-work are something that keeps these little creatures to stand out odd.

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Sawfly: A group of herbivorous insects
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Brown Grasshopper: Insects which include crickets and their allies in the suborder
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Flying Ant: aka alates is a common site
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Lantern Fly: Diversity is highest in the trophies
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Praying Mantis: Bears resemblance to those long-legged insects
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Calliphoridae (BLOW FLY): Family of insects in the order Diptera

Gokul Somarajan, Ernakulam, Kerala, India

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