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I have a few m2 of fruit garden, and I always hunting for macro. I saw this chameleon with his food. Bugs or insects become their food.
chameleon can change their colour body same with leaves/trunk or depend on their environment.
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Hasan, Good shot. And you took it at an interesting moment. If the resolution allows it I would crop it so that the Chameleon is larger in the shot. By the way, You have nice nature in your fruit garden. There is a lot of beautiful nature in Indonesia so I think we will be seeing other beuatiful exotic animals from you.
- [2004-08-21 4:08]
Good and intersting shot ! Perhaps you could crop...
Hasan, Love any shot that tells a story, shows some action. The photo looks sharp enough I believe that a crop would've definitely made this one more dramatic and gave it more impact. The light/shadow on the subject is also good.
Very nice moment captured here. The colours are lovely the details seem fine. The picture would have been perfect but for the crop. I did a WS to give you an idea of what we mean. Nice work. Thanx for sharing.
- [2004-08-21 19:22]
A very good capture.
The chameleon has a real mouthful!
Nice sharp focus on him and the leaves and very good DoF.
A nice one,very well done.
- [2005-05-20 5:06]
Bronchocela cristatella, a green tree-dragon.
It's our version of "chameleon" but it really only changes from light to dark.
Maybe a tighter crop is in order here; it's showing too much of the branch.