An Angular View
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Indoor photography provides many options but in the great outdoors your subject has just as much of a say as you do. The subject here decided to go upside down and seems immune to vertigo. Being on the outer edge of the plant gives us a more interesting view, better lighting options and a more genuine perspective on the animal. It’s funny that insects that are more easily found on the edges of forests, fields and water also look better on the edges of the undergrowth. Ladybugs in general look a lot more fearsome up close than they do from a distance (think triceratops). I will have more portraits shortly but in this case I chose the one where the beetle still had that familiar look.