- cirano (13609)
- [2009-05-30 8:38]
This is very nice composition with exellent light,colors and sharpness.Good details.
Thanks for sharing.
- zetu (16941)
- [2009-05-30 8:42]
Nice capture with vivid colors and good details.
- Hormon_Manyer (10251)
- [2009-05-30 9:10]
Hi Steve, my neighbour today :)
Old yet beautiful macro shot. Not surprisingly I also don't know the ID, but I know this pic has great leave textures, nice warm color tones and showing an insect specie which I've never seen before. Great job MF.
Best regards from Your friend, who is living physically very far from You, but who's Your neighbour at the same time (today) :)
- KOMSIS (10674)
- [2009-05-30 9:39]
Very good macro and nice composition ...
Excellent sharpness an perfect details.
have a nice weekend,
- red45 (31094)
- [2009-05-30 12:39]
This photo looks like taken straight from medieval book - it is flooded by an alchemical symbols :-) Very allegoric and naughty :-)
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2009-05-30 13:43]
Ciao Steve, great meeting, splendid macro with wonderful details and excellent sharpness, lovely composition with great light and colors, very well done, ciao Silvio
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2009-05-30 14:00]
Hi Steve, a perfect macro of this couple of grasshoppers from different way with fine composition and details.
TFS and have a nice Sunday!
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2009-05-30 15:23]
A one shot with my Whammo wrist rocket:-) And one click for you in which you did not interfere with nature....nice colours...clean cut shot Steve...
- foozi (25839)
- [2009-05-30 16:05]
this is a beautiful one. The sharpness is very exciting in noting the texture and features of the insects. The long feelers have always been exciting to watch. The green leaf gives a very lovely and impressive canvas to your composition.
i just like their conversation.
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2009-06-01 12:05]
great details of this grasshopper
- Argus (50626)
- [2009-06-07 21:31]
This image caught my eye Steve.
Firstly the long antennae, the sound organ on the back of the male and the female's long ovipositor tell us that this pair is a species of Cricket (having a single day's match;)) but their species ID is beyond me.
Nice one from your archives with good technical qulities despite the 2 megapix.
Thanks and cheers,