Little Grass Cicada
- Esox (972)
- [2005-03-27 5:06]
Nice macro shot, Steve!
I like colours and composition too.
Your note is very instructive.
Thanks for sharing your work with us.
- Janice (18832)
- [2005-03-27 6:07]
He is a little green beauty Steve. I'm learning a lot from your postings and notes. A good sharp image and details. Well done.
- netfalls (0)
- [2005-03-27 9:03]
Good shot Steve, good colours and details.
- TAZ (10926)
- [2005-03-27 9:20]
Quelle belle cigale verte ! Elle est bien différente de celles qu'on a dans le sud de la France.
Well done !
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-03-27 11:07]
Very nice picture of interesting subject Steve! What do you think about recording cicadas sound and mailing me it as mp3 file ;-) ? When I was on Crimea I just loved to fall asleep with cicadas music!
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-03-27 12:27]
Nice shot Steve! You've maximized you DOF @ F2/8 with your parallel camera position to subject. Nice colors and I like the comp. with some space topside..Well done and Happy Easter!!
- LCannon (3107)
- [2005-03-27 12:40]
Nice idea to get your subject to sit still. I love the bright green colors here, and the details you've captured on his wings are great, even a little water drop. Well done.
- pompey (2774)
- [2005-03-27 13:28]
Great capture Steve, nice crisp image, great colours and excellent note.
Thanks for sharing.
- Fisher (8915)
- [2005-03-27 14:10]
Happy Easter and well done on this one. Excelent shot and composition.
- gpepp (97)
- [2005-03-27 14:59]
Very good macro! Nice bug. TFS!
- mrower (133)
- [2005-03-27 20:44]
Nice of you to save him -he would surely have died and now gets to be seen and admired by many. Great shot lovely detail of him and the mossy surface he is sitting on.
- Comandante (1408)
- [2005-03-28 3:52]
Colors,sharpness and composition are wonderful.
At first - many thanks for e-mail and information about your photos of cicadas! I overlooked them :(
Beautiful capture of so green specimen! Great sharpness and details! By the way, how big was this insect? European cicadas are usually rather big (up to 4cm), it would be nice to compare our faunas :)
Once again thanks you for showing me this image!