Standard Posted by eMORFES Posted on July 30, 2012 Posted under photography Comments 24 Comments 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. SHARE :FacebookTwitterGooglePinterestTumblrRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related animalsInsectmacrophotographyNaturephotography Post navigation ← New World Transparent Specimens Minimalist Architecture Photography by Kevin Saint Grey → 24 thoughts on “Photography: Insects caught in a downpour” Reblogged this on EX·IST·ENCE and commented: The photos will surely move us. Can’t help but to be amazed with these great shots! Reply Very fascinating! I feel in love with your photos! Reply Beautiful pictures, Vadim.🙂 — Suzanne Joshi Reply Reblogged this on TheKingsKidChronicles and commented: Incredible photographs by Judith Barrow. Words are inadequate. Wow! Reply These are extraordinary photos. ☺ Reply Reblogged this on Judith Barrow and commented: Fascinating photography. Reply The eye, the patience, the skill, and everything else it takes to get this shots is incredible! Stunning! Reply Reblogged this on Myths of the Mirror and commented: One of my favorite photographic sites where I could wander for hours. I just had to share these. Reply outstanding! Reply Reblogged this on The Black Page. Reply Thank you for such beautiful moments… Amazing! Reply Great subjects… quite fascinating. The snail opening up and reaching for the rain is biowonderous…!!! Reply Really stunning Reply Such fantastic photos. Amazing detail. Reply really nice and patient work🙂 Reply Pingback: For the Potographer « Family Bugs Blogging Unbelievable photos!! Reply I can’t believe what an amazing pictures!!! It looks a magical world. Reply Amazing works. Reply I’m impressed. Fantastic! Reply I love snails! Reply 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. Reply 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! Reply So impressing! Clear and sharp, yet so small animals… It’s amazing how much we miss out on when we’re not looking close enough. Thank you for this! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.