Tachinid Fly. Ugly.
This snail is on a Maple leaf. I shoot with my photos in manual. I like using two flash units when shooting Macro photos. The day was grey and windy. I shot the photo at 1/160, f18, and iso 1250
Snail in a flower.iso 800, 1/125, f14.
Snail getting instructions from a friend.
Good hiding spot for a snail.
The snails kissed. Photo taken in manual mode set at 1/100, f-22, iso 800. Flash was used.
Just a house fly.
Two love bugs.
Snails actually move quite briskly. Not fast, but they seem to move with a purpose. Shot photo with flash and camera set to 1/100, f-14, iso640.
Shutter 1/200 at iso 400, f-14. This snail was going down the milkweed plant at a brisk snail pace.
This is a large insect. The lady handled this thing without fear.
This was a photo I set up in my computer room. I gave the snails a piece of cantaloupe. Shot the scene at f14, 1/125, and iso 640.
1/200, f16 and iso 500. The photo was attempting to see the world as a snail would. Looks a bit like a jungle.
Snails always seem to climb up. They will stretch out looking for something to cling to. Camera settings were 1/200, f-10, iso 400 with flash.
Two snails sliding along. Shot at iso 500, f-11, 1/250.
1/250. f-14, no flash at iso 400. The snail was back lit by the sun. Flash failed to go off but I still liked the glow around the head effect.
Grasshoppers are out in September.