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Macro Photograph - As Close As You Can Be by Jack Zulli

As Close As You Can Be is a photograph by Jack Zulli which was uploaded on March 23rd, 2012.

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Thanks Doug! I don't do much macro anymore, the equipment I used is all manual and/or homemade being time consuming but the results are worth the effort;)

Really enjoying your dragonfly artworks, Jack! Whenever I attempt shots such as this one, my subjects flee before the shutter snaps shut! L&F

Thanks Paul;)

Thanks Geraldine;)


Awesome Jack, great details and macro capture ! l/f

Thanks Skip;)

Amazing clarity on this industrious little guy. Great image Jack.

Thanks Christiane;)

Great colors and details, a beautiful macro Jack f/l

Thanks Marv;)

Tbanks Beth;)

Beautiful macro!

Fantastic Macro

Thanks Joseph;)

gReAt!!!!sHOT jACk;-)

Thanks Skip for the continued support, greatly appreciated;)

Wow, great macro and the colors are spot on!

nice close up VF

Jack Zulli replied:

Thanks Paul!

Such a crisp and clean image, great macro Jack!! L/F

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Thanks Lesa;)

Jack~~fabulous detail in this macro photograph- fine work!! F&L!

Jack Zulli replied:

Thanks Will!!!

Jack, Congrats on your Featured Image on WFS : )

Jack Zulli replied:

Thanks Jeannie:)

Jack, this is by far one of the best macro magical shots I have ever seen. Love it! It is with great pride and pleasure that I showcase this beautiful piece of your art work on the HOMEPAGE of the Wisconsin Flowers and Scenery group site. I believe your works to be well composed, masterfully displayed, and a true joy to view. Thanks for sharing your talents with our members of WFS group and all members on FAA. Your excellence sets a standard to be proud of. LIKED and FAVED Forever, Elvis

Jack Zulli replied:

Thanks for the feature placement and comment on this work, appreciated Randy;)

Wow, great macro capture! f/v

Jack Zulli replied:

Thanks Bill!

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