Cave Weta - for Radomir
- Silvio2006 (100397)
- [2008-12-15 14:02]
Ciao Steve, beautiful capture of cave creature, flash will be dangerous for it, splendid details and great sharpness, very well done, ciao Silvio
- rousettus (19810)
- [2008-12-15 17:23]
I came back newly and now I can visit your last posts. This is very nice shot for interesting looking cave cricket. Nicely focused and composed. I also took several ones similar cavernicolous crickets in last summer. also I saw today one in Radomir's post. I am sure that he will like it very much.
Thanks for sharing, best wishes
- eqshannon (31139)
- [2008-12-15 18:30]
Caves have this very special quality to, for the most part, remain a constant environment for all sorts things both human and insect. I have read of N Indian Sanyasin who have lived in caves unbeknown to most and at high altitudes for many years....so to me...investigating inside them by another such as you....it is something I will not do in this life...but to see it through your eyes is fascinating. And beyond that, the image is fine..Will you help contribute to the cause:-) Panasonic G1...I may even give up video to get one...being the beggar I am..
- gannu (14759)
- [2008-12-16 4:52]
Hello Steve, WoW how did you find this? you have a lovely nature gift eyes. Well shot Ganesh
- Gert-Paassen (24509)
- [2008-12-16 20:46]
good macro shot from this Cave weta, a pity from the shadow beneath his head but still a good picture.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2008-12-17 1:39]
Hi Steve, awonderful capture of a tettigonid hopper from an nice an unsusual POV with lovely composition and nice details.
A great dedication our entomologist friend Radek too.
TFS and cheers,
- foozi (25837)
- [2008-12-17 5:26]
the soider is always difficult to shoot especially in a plce like this. It clarity is hard to define, but you make it well here.
Lovely and exciting.
- joey (24909)
- [2008-12-17 14:40]
a good shot of this unusual insect!
Those antenna are amazingly long!
- cicindela (9226)
- [2008-12-20 14:08]
Wow! This one really looks similar to European species of cave crickets :) It is amazing that species from so different regions can be so similar in shape and size! Great documentary picture!!! And a funny note! :)
I am very grateful for so unique dedication :) Many, mnay thanks Steve!!! :>
Greetings from Lodz,