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    Default Mayfly - Ephemeroptera

    I have no idea which type this was, and as I only had portrait or distance lenses with me I wasn't prepared, but when they only last for up to a day you have to shoot when you can! I saw this whilst I was queueing to get into the beer festival, and whilst we were there there we had a number of them land on us. One funny chappy hovered above the next table just rising and falling continuously.. I wish that he hadn't been wasting his short time on this earth!!!!
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