Learning to See
The World of Insects

Learning to See - The World of Insects
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Jenny

Thoroughly lovely!

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This is such a wonderful documentary. I love how he is so close to nature, these insects are so beautiful and deserve respect to their habitats. Thanks, Mr. Oelman for sharing your unique gift with the world.

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Leslie

This wonderful photographer (and deep respecter of insect life) has a website where his exquisite work is shown:
http://robertoelman.com/index2.html#/home
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