Photography: Insects caught in a downpour

Taken by Russian photographer, Vadim Trunov in the Voronezh region in the west of Russia, they show a variety of insects dealing with a downpour. Trunov takes his pictures using a macro lens to capture close up details with incredible clarity.

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16 thoughts on “Photography: Insects caught in a downpour”

  1. I’m impressed. These are just so incredible. The clarity and beauty of these images is stunning. He must’ve gotten soaked why taking these shots. Such patience and dedication.

  2. Such intimacy!! These leave me wondering how much time it took a photograher to get these shots. I’ve watched documentaries about wild life photography and it takes hours if not days or weeks to get a great shot – most of it is waiting. Patience IS a virtue!

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