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kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-07-29 3:47]

You are correct. This is a juv. broad winged hawk.

kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-07-27 5:35]

Bunlar Glaucium cinsine aitler. Arka manzara ile çok hoş olmuş. tebrikler

kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-03-31 16:30]

I think this is Agama agama with many names like African Rainbow Lizard. They are colroful with various amounts of blue and red, and they have habit of climbing trees (as usual). But without any books with me i cant say more about. Good capture indeed, TFS

kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-03-31 6:42]

Superb capture with wonderful POV and focus man. Great job indeed.

kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-03-31 6:40] [+]

Pisaura mirabilis, the nursery web spider, the spring bringer spider in North Anatolia.

kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-03-26 8:24]

It is a snail of genus Monacha with mantle veins clearly seen from outside. I would prefer a little gardening, but it is still OK with the great focusing and sharpness

kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-03-26 7:48]

Interesting pose, like frozen in the air. Mnay TFS

kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-03-25 20:47] [+]

Could be a Lepthyphantes-group spider, shallow webs indicate that. BTW L. cristatus is now known as Tenuiphantes cristatus. Due to leg trichobothry, and the abdominal shape which is rather slender than oval I think this could be Microlinyphia pusilla. TSF

kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-03-25 19:50] [+]

The pose -quite acrobatic looking- is stunning. Congradulations. The animal is from family Tetragnathidae.

kebapci Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 80 W: 3 N: 95] (405) [2008-03-23 19:31]

Hi Ram,


firstly i wish a fruitful and happy new year with your family. the eyes were the things seemed most effecting details in the image. unfortunately blurry space due to low DOF comes out as a handicap of dSLR. Some burst is quite OK in that sun and distance. I compliment your skills in neat focusing.

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