Holding on for a bumpy ride

I'm not a great fan of flies, but another wonder of 365 has been the detail and surprise of macro shots... I've seen things in my garden I didn't ever know were there. I mean, I didn't know flies had long eyelashes, never mind a line of tiny ones too. This little fly had taken a break from the cat food (ugh) and was having a wash on a grass seed, despite the wind blowing it around a bit.
Sooc apart from the crop.
Thank you for calling by - you are the best 365ers around :)
Great macro
posted August 10th, 2014  
Great shot. I completely agree with your thoughts as well.
posted August 10th, 2014  
Even flies look beautiful :)
posted August 10th, 2014  
Not keen on flies buzzing round my head but I do love them macroed up. Lovely metallic sheen and hairy backs :o) xx
posted August 10th, 2014  
I always love the rich maroon of the eyes and that spectacular gleam of aqua blue. Beautiful macro
posted August 10th, 2014  
Wow, don't love them either but coloring is very cool
posted August 10th, 2014  
Wow! He's almost beautiful up close!
posted August 11th, 2014  
Super macro. I have learned a lot with a macro lens.
posted August 11th, 2014  
Hi Phil! My challenge for you this week is to take some shots with the panning technique- either an action shot or an abstraction.
posted August 11th, 2014  
Beautiful detail and fantastic colours. Fav
posted August 11th, 2014  
Super macro shot - very revealing!
posted August 11th, 2014  
365 has taught us to see beauty in unexpected places. Great macro.
posted August 11th, 2014  
Bev
What a great shot, Phil! Isn't macro amazing?
posted August 12th, 2014  
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