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This dragonfly really love to be taken. I was able to do a 1:1 shot. That is why I can be so close to it. I especially love to see the pattern on its wing and how it is joined to the Thorax.
markopoulos provided excellent comment on the dragonfly, see below. Here are the links he provided for information on Dragonfly
Canon Rebel, 100mm Macro USM Canon
Interestingly, my dragonfly pics had been used in the following website:
This image was never intended for Flickr, but after editing it a bit yesterday, I ended up liking it more and more.
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Canon EOS 5D Mark III, ISO 100, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM @ 105mm, f/11, 1/160
It might be 29 ... I lost count.
Drew these on 2 sheets of cardstock using a Sharpie or a micron pen, then pulled them all together digitally.
The orange one is my favorite.
Blogged at four rooms:
Messzug mit 120 502
Testtrain with 120 502
STS-112 Mission specialist Piers Sellers is photographed on the end of the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) arm as he tethers himself to the External TV Camera Group (ETVCG) on the Destiny laboratory module (LAB1/C2-05) of the International Space Station (ISS). The image was taken during the second of three Extravehicular Activities (EVAs) of the mission.
field of sunflowers
burning sky, Kyiv, Ukraine
Kyiv, Ukraine, Kioto park, autumn
Taken from my LP backyard, Processed entirely in Startools, Ha - 7 x 15mins, S2 - 5 x 15mins, O3 - 5 x 15mins. RGB mapped as S2:Ha:O3 with Ha as the Luminance. 10inchF4 Newt, SBIG STF8300m CCD, Orion Steadystar AO, NEQ6Pro, Lodestar X2 guidecam, Baader 7nm filters. Larger version here www.astrobin.com/full/143285/B/
暗暝ㄝ外木山 ~ 2012.12.06 於新北市基隆外木山漁港
A) The soil seems to be sandy loam.
b) Sandy loam soil has more sand than a normal loam soil, and the sand content alters its drainage, texture and ability to retain nutrients. So it could transfer the water and nutrient to the plants.
c) there were trees, birds and few insects in the area.
d) Those organism contribute nutrients to the soil. For example when a living organism dies, the process of decomposition or degeneration of tissue provide nutrient back to the soil.
e) yes, the soil is likely to be eroded due the environment and weather. Rain may move soil directly and the impact is the reduction in soil quality which results from the loss of the nutrient-rich upper layers of the soil, and the reduced water-holding capacity of the soil. As the result,soil at my location will have less nutrient for the plant to grow.
f) Soil texture is important to study for interaction among soil organism and between biotic and abiotic component in the soil environment. Also ecologist can make a connection between above ground system and below ground system.