9 Macro Insect Photography By Dmitry Monastyrsky

Macro Insect Photography By Dmitry Monastyrsky

Posted on December 6, 2011 by


Enjoy this collection of beautiful photos of insects and animals taken by photographer Dmitry Monastyrsky.


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9 Responses to “Macro Insect Photography By Dmitry Monastyrsky”

  1. Tutan Camon says:

    OMFG!!!Only in Russia the frogs are insects!!!LOL!Maybe the Chernobal effect?

  2. geoff says:

    Look at that Preying Mantis, its thinking if that camera gets closer I will rip its head off.

  3. Matt says:

    LOL Tutan camon that’s true xDDDDDDDDDD

  4. Testicules says:

    Very well done. Are all those insects indigenous to Russia?

  5. George Johnson says:

    I used to go out in my yard at night, with a LED head lamp on. And you would see thousands of tiny dots of light. I always thought it was the light reflecting off dew drops on the grass.

    It’s not, it’s reflecting off of brown jumping spiders eyes. Thousands of them. The dang yard is just covered with spiders, and you can only see ‘em by looking for their eyes at night. Really freaky.

    These are some good photos. Some bugs, really, really creep my out. Spiders don’t. but bugs that look like grass hoppers (the face/head), bees, wasps etc… with those crazy mouth parts, really creep me out. Can’t stand ‘em!

  6. crf says:

    Spiders are not insects.

  7. Theebeatnik says:

    Great post, thank you for the fine photos!

  8. Roye7777777 says:

    What animal is the last picture?

  9. Johnny Mnemonic says:

    Generally the photos are great. But few of them should be thrashed – he got his focusing wrong (the depth of field in macro shots is very narrow).

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