A Bug’s Life in Macro

Sometimes the beauty of an insect goes unnoticed, but when shooting in macro, you can see the details that bring out their amazing side. Here are 20 cool photos of bugs close up.

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Get a grip by aussiegall

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Female Ommatius Robber Fly by Thomas Shahan

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I don’t need shades to look cool by Andrea

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Bug by Richard Taylor

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Bee Pollen by Forest Wander

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The Insects’ World by William Cho

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Hoverfly by Ishikawa Ken

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hornet by Kumon

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Bugs Fascinate Me by Tony Alter

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Cricket up close by William Cho

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Kiss me baby by Dino Quinzani

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Dragonfly by Craig ONeal

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Bug by Gerald Yuvallos

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Beetle Bug by Niswanger

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Blister Beetle by L Church

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Assasin Bug by Gerald Yuvallos

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Punaise arlequin / Striped Shield Bug by Jean-Raphaël Guillaumin

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bug with screw-on macro filter by Paul Stevenson

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Little Bug by Paul Stein

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Dragonfly by Trey Matula




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Laura Lucy
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These are all so beautiful and inspiring!

Melissa
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I like those close ups photos…Wow

Kerly
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Their eyes are the nicest part of the whole body.
Dragonflies seem to have the most human eye resembling eyes.

Thanks for sharing these.

joan
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Thanks for sharing they are all great I love bugs too

Harish Mehta
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The macro photographs of insects are truly the best clicked.

The photographs took me one step forward to Nature who has created the insects with such precision and colors. Why we human being hate or killed these creatures who has been given special task by nature to carry forward it’s creation i.e THIS WORLD

Ayca Miller
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These are amazing! Thanks for sharing, Lyndsey!

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