- Xplorator (7719)
- [2004-12-05 12:35]
Congratulation for bringing a fresh and not the ,,soup du jour,, image to the TN... Good clarity and I am happy to give you a lot of credit for originality (well maybe spur of the moment but still a very unique photo) !!! Keep on posting !
I don't know if a ballet of so many cautious littles fishes around a predator is a frequent scene offered at a such a low depth, but I must congratulate you for seizing the opportunity of catching it. It's impressive, well presented, clear, sharp, and your note is very explicit. It's a change, and underwater shots are not so frequent, so, send us more. Didn't found the second one :-)!
- correp01 (1318)
- [2004-12-05 13:41]
Strange and very nice picture. Well captured.
- mogens-j (20)
- [2004-12-05 15:13]
Excellent capture with good sharpness and lots of details.
Well, I couldn't see the other hunter too but I saw something that you obviously missed - try to take a good look at the picture and imagine a scull (the eyes, the forehead in the upper left and some of the nose).
- extramundi (13178)
- [2004-12-05 15:14]
Outstanding post, really nice to see this, I would have loved to see in Large Format. Very interesting stuff and a unique texture shot. Congratulations.
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2004-12-05 15:42]
Very well seen and capture Peter ,it is so sharp and well taken , I presumed the other hunter must be in the second cirle but still could not see it. this is a great piece of observation, the sort of thing I hope TN will become well known for.
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2004-12-05 16:04]
This is great Peter.Exactly the sort of spontaneous shot that makes TN so cool to look at. Very well spotted and taken.
I'm going to keep looking till I find the other hunter.I'll let you know when I've found it.
- RAP (7405)
- [2004-12-05 17:12]
- netfalls (0)
- [2004-12-06 2:01]
Interesting shot, a bit close could have been good.
Anyway well done.