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eqshannon Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2458 W: 216 N: 10292] (31141) [2015-02-27 10:54]

Loved it as usual. Anything to do with flight. I still cannot figure out how a bumble bee flies against Laws of Thermodynamics

danpi48 (211) [2014-06-02 9:48]

Hello Ranjan,
Super timing. Bravo et merci du partage.

drchoneydew Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 162 W: 38 N: 475] (3501) [2012-03-23 1:55] [+]

Ok like so NOW i am crying with my morning coffee. How true is that...and to witness this lost lion cub..did he find his family? I am sure he did. Just like we all hopefully find our way

joska Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 806 W: 0 N: 4092] (22535) [2012-01-13 23:01]

Hello Subhash,
What a nice Landscape of the world's highest mountain, TFS!
Regards, Joska

ohmshivam Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Silver Note Writer [C: 26 W: 25 N: 33] (104) [2011-04-07 2:27]

Hello Snake Master Subhashji,

Excellent image with excellent highlight and shadow post processing.

I hope you will love my new name given to you.


claudees (90) [2011-02-08 0:54]

Gr8 shot and thanks for the details Subhash.

ceebee (0) [2010-05-26 6:03]

Hello Subhash,

Many comments, but none complied with your request for an ID.
The leaf mimic insect in the picture is a member of the family Tettigoniidae.
The common names for many of this group are katydid or bush cricket.
Many resemble grasshoppers, but field key are their long, filamentous antennae.
Grasshoppers antennae are always short, and rather thick.

Many katydids are camouflage artists, and exhibit various types of mimicry. They are also nocturnal, and attracted to lights. My guess is this one was not captured with the lens in the jungle, but was attracted to a room light, and was shot on the carpet of the room.

I have greatly enjoyed wandering the Andaman's thru your camera lens.

scshekar Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 73 W: 8 N: 180] (2190) [2010-05-13 8:31]

Hello Ranjansab,

As mesmerizing as ever,beautiful locale, the blues are cool, I would have loved to see more panoramic view or horizontal composition, will less of foreground, well its to my liking...may differ to others.

Crosman (89) [2010-04-26 10:46]

Wow, this is absolutely beautiful. Tell me more about the turtles. This is just a great photo and the information is wonderful.

Crosman (89) [2010-04-13 13:37]

Wow, this definitely is breathtakingly beautiful.