- Gudule (1204)
- [2005-12-02 21:21]
A very good close-up shot, Michal.
Colors and details = excellent. Good natural background too.
Could it be a Carabus violaceus? One of the biggest in Europe? 22 to 32mm long. I am not an expert.
Nice shot anyhow! Congratulations.
- manyee (23770)
- [2005-12-03 1:57]
A superb capture of this beautiful beetle. I love the iridescence and the details on him. Very sharp details and perfect POV. Well done, Michal, and TFS. : )
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-12-03 4:50]
Wonderful capture.POV,sharpness,details,framing and compositon are excellent.TFS...:-)
Can't believe it! "Unknown" under your shot ;)
I don't know the ID, but I hope you will find it because I'm sure I have photo of the same or very simmilar beetle. I foun it sitting on the birch trunk.
The photo is very good technically and nicely framed.
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-12-03 6:39]
Unknown Michal? To jest robak, a konkretnie zuk ;-) Bardzo ladnie opancerzony i blyszczacy metalicznie. DOF akurat, ostrosc tez. Podoba mi sie kompozycja z tym bialawym zwirkiem w tle.
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-12-03 6:51]
Tez żuczek jeszcze ładniejszy od poprzedniego - bardziej kolorowy i chyba dokładniej pokazay. Żuki to jedne z ładnejszych owadów w twoim wykonaniu.
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2005-12-03 9:45]
Excellent shot, Very sharp detail, and the DOF is perfect. The metallic coloring is very well captured here. Nice work!
- livios (16942)
- [2005-12-03 12:20]
Michal, this is a very beautiful bug.
Excellent sharpness, pov and composition. The metallic colors of the bird are really great.
- AnimalExplorer (1997)
- [2005-12-03 13:50]
Fantastic detail on your beetle with good lighting and a nice POV. Way to go Michal. :)
- Robespierre (1424)
- [2005-12-03 16:53]
Again a very nice one from your hand!
Beautiful colours and well captured. Rasor sharp this Carabus, also DOF is very good.
Regards and TFS, Ruud.
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-12-04 7:37]
Excellent DOF, detail, exposure and sharpness again Michal. It looks indentical to the last post except for color...Perhaps the female of the species? Well done!