A Beetle and some words on macro photography
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This is probably a Golden Netwing Beetle. In my last macro article I spoke about the advice I got on finding insects. I have since learned that insects are more prevalent and more likely to be moving and doing things when the temperature is above 15 degrees Celsius. Below that temperature most insects do not have the energy to move, so some photographers chose the early morning when it’s cooler to find insects to photograph that are less likely to move or are covered in dew. I prefer to take photographs when they are up and doing interesting things.