one of the greatest looking volcanoes on earth, the size, the symmetry, the snow cap. You got it with the clouds in the valley. TN with its restriction on size does not do justice to your picture !
Thanks for presenting it. Best regards, Dietrich
fortunately I hold you in very high esteem so I checked this picture despite the visible damage on the butterfly. I was rewarded by the great note of yours !!! You look at this picture with more respect after reading it. Thanks, my TN friend. Have a good week, Dietrich
yes, this is the big butterfly I am chasing since 19.. with little success. But you present it as if it was the easiest thing to shoot. Well done. The camouflage is striking: it disassembles the body and melts into the environment.
Have a good weekend, cheers, Dietrich
you make me "giggerig" (a Swiss german word for envious or curious) with the picture from the Hill National Park. In photography an object should convey or do something, which trees sometimes don't. But this tree ... Great shot.
this scarlet beauty has a typical wing posture while sitting. Your picture makes me marvel about the acrobatics of dragonfly flight. We all know that when a dragonflies gets to flying it starts like a rocket. Maybe the first wing movement to backward with the two pairs in synchrony helps to provide a strong lift.
this is a rare beauty. Judging from the shadows ou caught it in the last rays of sunlight. This gives it a very fine light and diminishes hard contrasts. My congratulations, Musa.
Best regards, Dietrich
Du erscheinst mit einem mächtigen Viech auf TN. Ich kann diese Graylinge nie richtig photographieren, und sie öffnen kaum je die Flügel. In meinem Garten fand sich Kanetisa circe und liess sich auch ablichten, aber es war ein zerzaustes Tier. Ich gratuliere Dir zum Erfolg.
Gruss ! Dieter
I am back again, the season for 1/4'000 sec shutter speed has ended, time to see what you guys are doing. You caught surprising species, this Lycaenid with the nice tail. Fortunately we can rely on your extraordinary knowledge of species, even a South African one has no chance to fly under your radar :-) . Thanks for the careful note, too.
Best regards, Dietrich
here again, you present us animals from your region like this Satyrium. Thank you for this, for careful phototgraphy and instructive notes.
best regards, Dietrich
you present us animals from your region like this interesting Bombyliid fly. Thank you for this, for careful phototgraphy and instructive notes.
Best regards, Dietrich.