Common Daisy

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Hey Steemians,

We had rain today all the time. The temperatures dropped below 20°C. Anyway, nature needs this water. The soil here had already cracked because it was dried out.

I start to edit some older pictures and found this Common Daisy. After a closer look, I discovered this very tiny bug. I first thought it is an Aphid, but it looks quite different. Unfortunately, I have no idea what it is. Has anyone an idea?

Common Daisy
Bellis Perennis


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For more information about the photographed animal or plant, please visit the following link.
Common Daisy on Wikipedia

Camera settings

Camera Nikon D7100
Lens Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 VC USD
Aperture F4.5
Exposure time 1/400 sec
ISO 400
Focal length 90mm


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nice shots :)

Thank you very much @yeaho :-)

I love it when we take a photo and find other things in the image that we didn't notice at the time of shooting. This little red bug looks like a fruit fly to me?

We have had some rain too. The flowers were very happy :-)

Thank you very much, Michael :-)
A fruit fly is a good idea, hasn't thought about it till now, thanks :-)

That's true, also here, the flowers are very happy :-)

Like i said, why green and white always looks naturally magnifique and best with the nikon color

That's true Nikon sensors have a really great color rendition on green colors. Canon sensors have a little bit better skin tones.

I see that's why!