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Belgian photographer, Boris Godfroid is a very talented photographer who had recently graduated from a film school.
He started shooting macro photography in 2008.
Macro photography is an extreme close up photography, usually of very small subjects, in which the size of the subject in the photograph is greater than life size of the subject.
I guess Boris Godfroid chooses bugs as his subject because he likes bugs and knows a lot about them since he was a biology student.
Once upon a time there was a cute little bug.
The bug is a good flier but it cannot walk.
One day, it met a big brown bear.
The bear was very nice and fluffy.
That was the first time it saw the bug.
So it asked the little bug, “What kind of animal are you?”
The bug answered, ” I don’t know.”
The big bear asked, “Are you holding a bag?”
The little bug answered, ” Yes, but the bag is stuck on my back.”
The bear said, “Then, I’ll call you Baggy Bug!”
And that is how Baggy Bugs are called Baggy Bug 🙂