Hello Ruby, welcome to Trek Nature. I hope it brings you much joy and experience.
A lovely image to be starting off with. You've obviously picked up a lot of tips from Joey.
Lovely detail on the scales, and the eye contact is a bonus.
Great work, looking forward to seeing more.
Ooh hello, good to see you posting again. This is lovely; great detail, texture and colour.
Great work, thanks for sharing.
This is great Julian, very unusual. You've managed to capture it in it's characteristic defence mode, which was lucky!
Great colours, detail and focus. I just can't believe this was in the U.K.!
Thanks for sharing.
Ah thanks Joe, I'm really really touched. I think this is my first ever dedication and will go into my favourites immediately!
This is a pretty impressive shot (god you're brave!), great detail, nice low pov and I really like the green in the bg.
Good work and thank you again :o)))
You're right Janice, it is very interesting! I hope you were wearing a hat *lol*
The image reminds me of the Indiana Jones movies.
Obviously the quality of this image was completely out of your control so under the circumstances ten out of ten!
A great informative post, thanks for sharing.
The first thing that grabs me about this shot are the colours, especially the turquoise bg. They are stunning, and work so well together.
Grat detail yet it all seems a bit too close for me, I think I would have preferred a shot with the whole of the leaf - just my humble opinion :o)
Thank you for posting.
I saw a bee like this in Somerset (South West, U.K.) last year, couldn't get a decent picture of it and then couldn't ID it either.
I hope you have better luck.
A nicely composed image.
Thanks for posting.
Ah this is lovely, and in that upright position he looks almost like an Indian Runner Duck! A great composition, nice low pov. Definitely high on the cute factor. Good work, just beautiful. Thanks for posting.
Stunning work, the valley naturally leading the eye out of the image is great. Great use of light.
I'm off to Eskdale soon (first time in the Lakes) and I can't wait! Lots of walking and stunning views.
You've probably been told this already, but you really need to critique other members work to fully participate in the TN experience. The Trek sites are not public galleries they are communities where we are all here to learn from each other.
Have a good weekend and thanks for posting.
What a camouflage! An incredible looking crab. A superb image, excellent detail, incrediblly sharp, especially under the circumstances. Next time just go for it and get wet! *lol*
Thanks for posting.