The camouflaged insects

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Some say that the insects are masters of disguise. Amateur photographer Paul Bertner tried to prove it even to venture a photographic foray into the fascinating world of this animal.

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By using macro photography techniques, Paul tries to share with those who see the ease with which these insects go unnoticed to the untrained eye for detail.

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Bertner, who lives in Canada, photographed geckos, beetles, spiders and butterflies, among others, in their natural habitat. The end result shows the level of detail of our biodiversity – even in macro format, it is hard to see where the camouflaged insect.

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“I found myself face to face with rare, fascinating and sometimes poorly documented. I found it interesting photograph them closely, “confided the Canadian, who some years ago that devotes more seriously the art of photography.

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To Bertener, find irregularities of insects in natural patterns, exactly what will report, it is a real talent and skill, characteristics that judging by these pictures the photographer has to spare.

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