Ladybird (Cheilomenes sexmaculata)
- bahadir (723)
- [2009-06-18 10:28]
Hello Haraprasan, a beautiful image of this ladybird.
TFS and regards,
- Gert-Paassen (24509)
- [2009-06-18 10:34]
an very good macro shot from this insect with good detail and fine colours.
- siggi (51056)
- [2009-06-18 11:17]
beautiful shot, the composition is wonderful. I like the DOF and the OOF BG lets the lady bird stand out very well. Colors, lighting and POV are wonderful.
Best regards Siggi
- eqshannon (31133)
- [2009-06-18 11:19]
Join the crowd...today is national or make it international NOT know the bug day....Ivan is probably running in circles with all of us:-) He had to help me on mine after I got 3 others saying 3 different things...My thought was just to name it pretty bug:-)
This one indeed looks like a gratiusm otius sanctum pacum deus. that translates to "Pretty Bug"
- xTauruSx (788)
- [2009-06-18 11:32]
Hello Haraprasan, great shot of a beautiful ladybird from a dorsal point of view. Wonderful composition.
TFS and greetings, Deniz
- nglen (36145)
- [2009-06-18 11:48]
Hi Haraprasan. I am sure you will get the ID from someone soon. I have had a look in my books but nothing with these markings. You have taken it withgood detai land natural looking colours. well done TFS.
- Argus (50614)
- [2009-06-18 13:14]
Difficult to get a good DOF from above when photographing a round species of Ladybird, but the markings show well. I can't help with the ID but your suggestion sound good.
It contrasts well with the BG leaf and is clear enough for a coleopterist to ID it.
Thanks for sharing this,
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2009-06-18 15:39]
Namastay MF Haraprasan, an awesome macro of this pretty ladybug from dorsal POV with nice warm colours and fine composition.
TFS and cheers,
- lousat (57794)
- [2009-06-18 16:04]
Hi Hara,maybe the sharpness isn't perfect but i know how isn't easy to take a little ladybird perfectly,especially very close like your work.Good colors and light,my best compliments,have a nice day,LUCIANO
- Silvio2006 (96316)
- [2009-06-18 17:12]
Ciao Haraprasan, lovely ladybird with splendid details and wonderful sharpness, very well done, ciao Silvio
- goldyrs (11475)
- [2009-06-18 18:02]
Wow! You open mine eyes, HP!
An awesome shot, my dear friend!
I, plead ignorant, as usual!
- maurydv (36428)
- [2009-06-19 6:43]
a very beautiful macro shot of this insect, good sharpness and bright colours in a nice composition.
- jignasi (27903)
- [2009-06-19 10:40]
Aunque el foco podría mejorar :-) un buen documento sin duda. Estos pequeños coleópteros me encantan.
Saludos: J. Ignasi
- La anterior cámara ( eos 450d ) solo duró un año. Cada vez es peor la calidad de los materiales y además son muy delicadas con el polvo.
- aniruddhahd (291)
- [2009-06-19 11:44]
Hi, these tiny beetles are always mysterious as there is less data available freely to identify it. but much efforts are already done in India and elsewhere to get all detailed info on beetles up for us. i had clicked a similar one, and someone helped me ID it as Cheliomenes sexmaculata, beetles IDed through photograph are not 100% accurate. but this is a near-similar specimen. please go through the following link to read on details about this cute Ladybird - http://www.aphidweb.com/aphidbioagents/Cheilomenes.htm
- Noisette (7479)
- [2009-06-19 15:31]
great shot of this strange ladybug, very well composition and beautiful colors
ilike the POV and pose
Have a great WE
- zulfu (43)
- [2009-06-21 6:50]
Perfect in all aspects. i especially like the pattern and composition.
TFS and G's,
- ingridshaul (0)
- [2010-08-19 9:50]
My dear friend,
Can not resist your six-spotted zigzag Ladybird. Truly unusual sight - but usual, perfect photographic technique from you!
I am amazed at the bright markings, I would have thought it attracts everybody who wants to eat a Ladybird...
Did it have markings underneath as well?
Thank you for sharing this unusual insect.
Have a nice evening
Warm Greetings from South Africa