- horia (16656)
- [2006-11-23 9:46]
This is indeed a formidable capture! Is this really a 3X in-flight? ;)
Magnificent clarity of details, very good sharpness and excellent DOF - isolating the subjects very well from the BG.
Very good management of the light and lovely colors, too.
A great composition!
Bravo and TFS
- dew77 (13270)
- [2006-11-23 9:55]
Very nice capture.Well seen and composed.POV,lighting,BG and framing are wonderful.
- Lycaon (114)
- [2006-11-23 9:56]
They look as if they only possess one pair of wings + one pair of halters. This would classify them as Diptera rather than Mecoptera. I'ld probably put them in the suborder Nematocera (mosquitoes), and tentatively in the family Tipulidae. The bottom one might be male, the two others female.
Technically well executed action photo. Can't have been easy to get them in focus.
- anel (40574)
- [2006-11-23 10:07]
Absolutely amazing picture. I never have seen something like that. Well composed and sharp, doesn't seem easy at all. Thanks
- jmp (8415)
- [2006-11-23 13:07]
Original and smart capture! Great idea and composition.
TFS, José M.
- osse (7805)
- [2006-11-23 16:35]
Well seen and captured. Good colours, sharpnes and BG.
- hester (11638)
- [2007-03-16 16:13]
Great shot, I love the composition here, excellent POV and lighting
- jignasi (27917)
- [2007-05-20 14:40]
Gran originalidad y delicadeza de esta toma. El fondo muy a juego con el resto. Excelente fotografía !!! Saludos
- gannu (14761)
- [2007-07-13 1:31]
Kean, Absolute stuff and I am surprised how you managed to take such a shot. Lovely ganesh D>
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2008-02-13 20:54]
What a great capture of these insects. Very good detail with sharp focus. They remind me of mosquitoes out looking for lunch in my tent. TFS