- Argus (50626)
- [2010-05-25 3:23]
Just to see a Mediterranean Chameleon for me would be a pleasure but to photograph it in the wild would be fantastic!!
You have done just that in this fine capture taken when it is slightly worried and showing darker tones. the lateral POV and sharpness against a natural blurred BG are great.
Thanks and best regards from Skĺne,
- uleko (10940)
- [2010-05-25 3:40]
A really great shot of this fantastic Chameleon that we saw recently on a film from some Greek island where it is plentiful but threatened by tourism! I like the POV and its fine pose on the branch with the tail holding on tightly! Great sharpness, fine colours and well composed too.
Many thanks and all the best wishes, Ulla
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2010-05-25 4:22]
Wow! What an amazing creature you have found Radomir,and what a great capture! Perfect POV & exposure, very sharp and beautifully composed.
What a great image.
- anel (40574)
- [2010-05-25 4:28]
Somehow funny shot..this baby Chameleon has something human in its expression. You caught it in a typical pose with vivid attitude, ready to catch something. Funny how the tail is helding the branch. Seems to have been hot there! I have been in Gabes years ago, but I didn't see any chameleon.
- montivipera (383)
- [2010-05-25 5:07]
Great shot of a hungry:) chamelon.
Thanks for sharing.
- euroblinkie (64193)
- [2010-05-25 6:59]
super picture with great sharpness and good details
beautiful colours to
- Silvio2006 (102020)
- [2010-05-25 7:52]
Ciao Radomir, great portrait of fantastic creature, fine details, wonderful natural colors, lovely blurry BG and splendid sharpness, very well done my friend, ciao Silvio
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2010-05-25 8:13]
Very nice photo of this Chameleon. A pity that the head is in the shadow, but it all looks very natural. Excellent sharpness and a fantastic isolation from the BG. Good composition.
- jlinaresp (17292)
- [2010-05-25 8:45]
An amazing creature, captured with a superb background and a fantastic POV! good work, good detail and texture, excellent cut. Thanks for sharing! Jesus
PS: useful note anexed.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2010-05-25 13:52]
A well timed and nicely composed shot of this Mr. Multicoloured:) with its typical posture on a branch. Nice to you show the function of the typical 5th leg:) -the prehensile tail i mean-. He he...
TFS this beauty MF!
Have a great night!
- Miss_Piggy (18714)
- [2010-05-26 14:10]
Time is chasing but….
This is just fabulous. I cannot find any flaws. It is a sheer pleasure to stop by a great photographers work and leave a note of admiration for outstanding work.
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2010-06-04 5:24]
First of all, thank you for remembering me, Radomir. I had almost stopped posting on TN in the last one year. Fortunately, my circumstances have now changed to give me more time for TN.
This is a brilliant picture of a reptile from your African trip.
The POV is unique and the features of the subject are very well highlighted in this great shot.
Thanks and regards.