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"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science." ~ Albert Einstein

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science." ~ Albert Einstein

Macro photography of a Slender Spreadwing damselfly, also known as Lestes rectangularis resting on a pink floral in Maine. Photograph was taken on a late morning in July 2014.  "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science." ~ Albert Einstein  Good light and happy photo making!  My best,  Juergen http://www.exploringthelight.com http://www.rothgalleries.com

Macro photography of a Slender Spreadwing damselfly, also known as Lestes rectangularis resting on a pink floral in Maine. Photograph was taken on a late morning in July 2014. "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science." ~ Albert Einstein Good light and happy photo making! My best, Juergen http://www.exploringthelight.com http://www.rothgalleries.com

Macro photography image of a resting black robber fly, also called assassin flies, on a flower stem at Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in Worcester, MA. Photograph was taken on a late morning in July 2013 while the fly was looking to protect itself from rain under the petals of a coneflower. So delighted it stayed a bit longer allowing me to manually focus on the head and capture this insect macro photography image.

Macro photography image of a resting black robber fly, also called assassin flies, on a flower stem at Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in Worcester, MA. Photograph was taken on a late morning in July 2013 while the fly was looking to protect itself from rain under the petals of a coneflower. So delighted it stayed a bit longer allowing me to manually focus on the head and capture this insect macro photography image.

Green Bottle Fly or Greenbottle Fly macro photography image on yellow flower by New England award winning fine art photographer Juergen Roth. Macro photo art Catch Me If You Can of the resting blowfly was created at Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in Worcester, MA, captured on a late morning in June 2014.  Good light and happy photo making!  My best,  Juergen http://www.exploringthelight.com http://www.rothgalleries.com @NatureFineArt

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Green Bottle Fly or Greenbottle Fly macro photography image on yellow flower by New England award winning fine art photographer Juergen Roth. Macro photo art Catch Me If You Can of the resting blowfly was created at Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in Worcester, MA, captured on a late morning in June 2014. Good light and happy photo making! My best, Juergen http://www.exploringthelight.com http://www.rothgalleries.com @NatureFineArt

Tiger Bee Fly macro photography image on red geranium flower by New England award winning fine art photographer Juergen Roth. Macro photo art of the resting tiger bee fly with its scientific name Xenox tigrinus was captured on a late evening night when the last sunlight of the day broke through the hazy sky and beautifully illuminated the fly.  Good light and happy photo making!  My best,  Juergen http://www.exploringthelight.com http://www.rothgalleries.com

Tiger Bee Fly macro photography image on red geranium flower by New England award winning fine art photographer Juergen Roth. Macro photo art of the resting tiger bee fly with its scientific name Xenox tigrinus was captured on a late evening night when the last sunlight of the day broke through the hazy sky and beautifully illuminated the fly. Good light and happy photo making! My best, Juergen http://www.exploringthelight.com http://www.rothgalleries.com

I will never be the same ~ robber fly at www.RothGalleries.com

I will never be the same ~ robber fly at www.RothGalleries.com

Close up photography picture of a black robber fly, also called assassin flies, on a flower stem at Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in Worcester, MA. Photograph was taken on a late morning in August 2013 while the fly was looking to protect itself from rain under the petals of a coneflower. So delighted it stayed a bit longer allowing me to manually focus on the head and capture this insect macro photography image.  www.RothGalleries.com

Close up photography picture of a black robber fly, also called assassin flies, on a flower stem at Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in Worcester, MA. Photograph was taken on a late morning in August 2013 while the fly was looking to protect itself from rain under the petals of a coneflower. So delighted it stayed a bit longer allowing me to manually focus on the head and capture this insect macro photography image. www.RothGalleries.com

Green Bottle Fly or Greenbottle Fly macro photography image on yellow flower by New England award winning fine art photographer Juergen Roth. Macro photo art of the resting blowfly was created at Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in Worcester, MA, captured on a late morning in June 2014.  Good light and happy photo making!  My best,  Juergen http://www.exploringthelight.com http://www.rothgalleries.com

Green Bottle Fly or Greenbottle Fly macro photography image on yellow flower by New England award winning fine art photographer Juergen Roth. Macro photo art of the resting blowfly was created at Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in Worcester, MA, captured on a late morning in June 2014. Good light and happy photo making! My best, Juergen http://www.exploringthelight.com http://www.rothgalleries.com

Taking home-field advantage and exploring a local wildlife sanctuary can be very rewarding and beneficial for our photography. Usually one can find birds and other wildlife that are willing photographic objects, beautiful flowers, or insects of all sorts. My favorite macro photography location for insects and butterflies in the wild is the Mass Audubon Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary >>> http://blog.juergenrothphotography.com/2013/08/staying-hydrated.html

Taking home-field advantage and exploring a local wildlife sanctuary can be very rewarding and beneficial for our photography. Usually one can find birds and other wildlife that are willing photographic objects, beautiful flowers, or insects of all sorts. My favorite macro photography location for insects and butterflies in the wild is the Mass Audubon Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary >>> http://blog.juergenrothphotography.com/2013/08/staying-hydrated.html

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