Shield bugs - Macro Photography

in busy •  4 months ago

Hello friends.
Shield bugs has the scientific name Pentatomoidea. This animal is usually triangular and stinks. This animal is no stranger to farmers because it is a pest that destroys agricultural crops. I tried taking some pictures with my smartphone. I added a macro lens so that this shield bugs looks more detailed.
Some of the pictures that I got I shared with you below.

1/30s f/2,2 3,79 mm ISO 257

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CategoryMacro Photography
Photos by@askari (my own work)
Camera makerSmartphone Oppo + Macro Lens
Camera modelR7Sf

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Macro photography is really amazing, you get to see a different world where even teeny-tiny bit details are very clear to the eye. What do you think those holes in its body are for?


With macro photography we can see beings around us who sometimes we are not aware of their existence. I don't know what the small spots are in his body. Thanks @imawreader

They are beautiful creatures and you photography is amazing!


Yes, they are beautiful creatures. @thethreehugs Thank you for the visit and comments :)


My pleasure!