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Insects often make us squirm, just the mere thought of getting up close with them could make our skins crawl.  Having said that, getting up close with the right camera gear and a good eye for composition can definitely produce some jaw-dropping shots. We collected 33 astonishing photos of some of the creepiest of crawlers

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Insects often make us squirm, just the mere thought of getting up close with them could make our skins crawl. Having said that, getting up close with the right camera gear and a good eye for composition can definitely produce some jaw-dropping shots. We collected 33 astonishing photos of some of the creepiest of crawlers

An extreme close-up of a Common Darter, or Darner, Dragonfly perched on a young bracken frond. The image shows the complex structure of its compound eyes and the facial hairs, and the menacing spikes on the forelegs used for holding prey - all details that we fail to notice when we see one flying at the lakeside on a warm summers afternoon.    This one is for Rosy Hall!

An extreme close-up of a Common Darter, or Darner, Dragonfly perched on a young bracken frond. The image shows the complex structure of its compound eyes and the facial hairs, and the menacing spikes on the forelegs used for holding prey - all details that we fail to notice when we see one flying at the lakeside on a warm summers afternoon. This one is for Rosy Hall!

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