- cataclysta (5666)
- [2006-12-12 8:45]
Great idea to post the photos from that strange day. Very interesting note and great set of pictures. I like especially the workshop number 2.
- Argus (50626)
- [2006-12-12 10:23]
Nice work, Michal,
Your shots are interesting, educational and well presented. An excellent contribution to TN.
- horia (16656)
- [2006-12-12 11:40]
This is a magnificent post, together with it's WS pictures! WOW! I've never seen such phenomenon! It's simply impressive!
I'm also looking forward to seeing tomorow's workshops :)
The species presented here is very interesting and the analogy with the quote from the bible is spot-on.
Excellent technical work on all the pictures!
Personally, i think the most impressive one so far is the WS1 - with all those milions on that house...wow..i'm still speachless!
Bravo and TFS
- uduputuk (431)
- [2006-12-12 15:52]
This is the most interesting post I've seen here in TN so far. Really amazing show you've recorded. Great story!
Tfs and keep them coming,
all the best,
[ Can't give more smilies. ): ]
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2006-12-13 2:42]
A cursory glance at the thumbnail gives no clue to the magnitude of the theme you have unravelled through this image. It is only after we follow your note and some of the workshops appended to it that we start getting an idea of what you are talking about here. And it truly staggers the mind!
Your picture presents a fair sampling of these chironomid flies that lead a short but highly intense existence of a few days.
- marhowie (486)
- [2006-12-13 7:31]
I just dropped by to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas & Happy Holiday season.
Very good interest and notes on this one :)
- Calianis (609)
- [2006-12-13 12:01]
The atmosphere of the images is fascinating, I felt how it feels seeing so much insects all together.I like the series.
Well done & TFS.
- Dave (2178)
- [2006-12-13 23:15]
Excellent documentation with the workshops, notes, and photo!
Well done indeed! Great work!
ps Thank you for the correct identification of my "Patent Leather Beetle". I corrected my origional note, and I posted another picture of a grub that includes visible food.
- JORAPAVI (4643)
- [2006-12-14 17:47]
Oportuna y curiosa toma de gran valor documental. Gran nitidez y aumento para unos insectos tan pequeños. Saludos
- fragman (43778)
- [2007-01-12 3:25]
thanks for this interesting pic and note, I would crop the left part, TFS Ori