- jmp (8413)
- [2006-10-22 7:20]
Hola Cristina y Felipe,
Gran escarabajo peludo. Una toma con un color y detalles tan buenos o mejores que los de las setas.
Seguro que algún experto pone nombre pronto a esta belleza.
Un abrazo para ambos,
- claudine (0)
- [2006-10-22 7:42]
What a strange insect! I never saw this speacie before. Cristina caught great details with excellent colors and exposure. This is a great macro! Thanks,
- uleko (10940)
- [2006-10-22 7:55]
I've never seen such a hairy beetle before!
Excellent sharp close-up and the light is impressive. Nice composition too.
- horia (16636)
- [2006-10-22 8:17]
WOW! This beetle reallly look fabulous! He is indeed a rare seen species on TN!
I really LOVE the details here - very well usage of the apperture - having all those numerous hairs in focus and still leaving room for a nice blurry BG.
Also great POV, impecable lighting and lovely colors.
Another joy to watch...great post, my friend!
Bravo and TFS
- thor68 (5674)
- [2006-10-22 8:36]
sorry, ni idea on the ID, but the beetle is awesomely cool! :-)
never seen such a hairy one before.
excellent macro-shot with incredible details - he really should get a new haircut. *g*
well seen & captured, thorsten.
- gitirana (176)
- [2006-10-22 9:17]
Olá Felipe e Cristina
Que belo espécime de Coleoptera. Tão cabeludo! A foto está excelente com muita nitidez e ótima luz! Parabéns
- Moscato (1437)
- [2006-10-22 9:31]
Foto bem interessante, uma espécie que não conhecia ainda, parabens.
- cedryk (5266)
- [2006-10-22 10:26]
Very nice shot of this furry creature. Well exposed and nice details of the fur shown. Good DOF as well.
- MountainRunner (272)
- [2006-10-22 10:42]
excellent sharpness and good details.
Impressive hairs on the beetles back.
- hester (11638)
- [2006-10-22 10:43]
What a furry beetle I have never seen one like that. He does resemble a chafer in a lot of respects. Great capture the details are superb (especially the fur), nice POV, good colours and DOF. Nice shot
- mrcrow (3006)
- [2006-10-22 10:50]
very opportune shot here and very sharp...your tripod must be congratulated..and put to good use..
- cataclysta (5662)
- [2006-10-22 11:02]
Very good work. Good DOF. Fantastic sharp image with all details. Beautiful insect
- pvs (14464)
- [2006-10-22 13:15]
Hi Christina & Felipe,
A very nice capture indeed the beetle looks familiar but I dont know where he bought his coat,well captured and TFS,
the other Felipe won F1 a few minutes ago ;-)
You show us such a nice beetle today - I never saw such a one. So many hairs, it's a lovely shot, thanks and greetings
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- Alex99 (23315)
- [2006-10-22 16:06]
This macro has made tremendous impression for me. Perfect sharpness and details of the bug. Excellent diagonal composition. Nice light and shadow, colours and contrast. POV and DOF are extremely exact and impressive. BRAVO.
- batu (16165)
- [2006-10-22 16:39]
Hola Felipe Mateo and Cristina,
superb and sharp image of this Scarabaeide beetle. The picture shows extremely high sharpness. Well composed, too.
Best wishes, Peter
- manyee (23167)
- [2006-10-22 18:31]
What a strange looking beetle, Felipe and Cristina.
You did a great job of bringing out the "hairs" in great detail.
The excellent exposure shows off the colors nicely.
Excellent POV exposing all the odd features of this unusual bug.
TFS. : )
- osse (7805)
- [2006-10-22 18:47]
Well seen and captured. Never saw this insect before. Good sharpnes, details, light, colours and POV.
- nimou (3171)
- [2006-10-22 19:11]
Felipe, dalo por seguro, me lo accaba de confirmar un amigo portugues especialista es Tropinota Squalida Pilossa sin ninguna duda para el, es que la pilosidad no da lugar a equivocacion con esas manchas. Lo que le sorprende es la epoca, pq normalmente ya no se ven, lo que el no sabe es si en los bosques tardan mas a esconderse. Le conteste que quizas pq alli todavia hay mas calor. Foto genial de muy buena calidad.
PD: de Chafer creo que no hay ninguno que lleve al mismo tiempo pilosidad y manchas.
- marhowie (450)
- [2006-10-22 19:58]
Very sharp and very detailed work. ID? Suffice to say he's furry and beetle-oid ;-} Actually kinda cute, call me strange :)
Very well done mf.
- Janice (18828)
- [2006-10-22 22:14]
He's an ugly critter Felipe and Cristina. Not my favourite insect and especially with those hairs! But you managed to show him well. Good job, TFS
- musin1002 (518)
- [2006-10-22 23:56]
Wow, what an unique beetle you got here...
An excellent shooting angle showing its hair and a perfect use of lighting, great sharpness and details....
- red45 (31094)
- [2006-10-23 2:13]
Hello FeCr Gang :-)
You're right my friend - this one is rather weird and, of course, I like it very much! Beetle looks similiar to some species, but without hairs. Maybe it is some kind of mutant :-) Anyway - very well taken - I like especially details [every hair is sharp] and exposure. You both are masters my friends!
- RAP (7405)
- [2006-10-23 6:54]
Extraño el desconido peludo Felipe, pero muy bien retratado con agudeza, colorido, y adecuado DOF, destacándolo sobre el fondo difuso.
El POV no permite ver la "cara" (si estos bichos tienen cara) pero permite apreciar con total claridad la principal caractéristica que es su largo pelaje.
Una excelente captura a baja velocidad con buen foco realmente.
Gracias y un gran saludo... Ricardo
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2006-10-23 9:23]
Hi Felipe and Cristina, :) Now you are two... :)
It's been a while I know. I trust you are well?
Your insect looks very similar to the one I captured a while ago (http://www.treknature.com/gallery/Africa/South_Africa/photo33333.htm). Mine was a Fruit Chafer. The details and sharpness is impressive. Very well done.
- TAZ (10926)
- [2006-10-24 2:28]
The 350D comes again ;-) Nice hairy beetle here ! Good sharpness and DOF. I like the warm colors. Congratulations Felipe.
PS : I am jalous of your shots, these days I work again on my house, so no time for photos :-(
- Dave (2176)
- [2006-11-14 16:45]
The clarity on your shots are always so amazing Felipe!
Oh, Cristina! And two fast shots! So well executed.
This is no exception. A furry beetle? Who would have thought...