Rhinolophus euryale - 1st on TN
Bu suret harika olmuş :))
Elinize sağlık ve ilk yorumlayan olmak mutluluk verici.
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2010-01-22 15:07]
A good shot of these bats - it must have taken a lot of effoert and skill to get this shot.
- zetu (16941)
- [2010-01-22 22:05]
Excellent work! Every time when you come back from a trip you bring us a lot of interesting and wonderful photos...thanks for sharing
- eng55 (5892)
- [2010-01-23 0:04]
Günaydın Ahmet Hocam,
Çok sevimli görünüyorlar:)Bugüne kadar hiç yarasa fotograflama imkanım olmadı.Böyle güzel görüntülemek pek kolay olnmsa gerek.
Güzel bir haftasonu geçirmeniz dileğimle,selamlar,ellerinize sağlık..
Maybe some of the members might comment on the fact that the image of these two
Mediterranean Horseshoe Bats are a little bit on the dark side, but that could probably
be because they might not have considered the extremely difficult conditions prevailing
when you captured the image. I have tried it and I know that photographing anything
inside a cave are no child's play. Unless you have a sound system of external lighting
to supplement the total absence of light, anything taken inside a cave are bound to be
slightly darkish. The reasons being; the lack of any reflective surfaces for the light to be
able to bounce back at the subject, the inadequacy of our little flash lights to sufficiently
provide enough luminosity of the subject, or the nature of caves to just absorb whatever
light you may provide. Under these circumstances I think you did a great job to capture
these "charming" little bats. Especially good details visible on the specimen on the right.
Well done and TFS.
Enjoy your weekend.
- nasokoun (62)
- [2010-01-23 1:00]
bravo for 1st, are important a new presentation, very good photo and attribution of natural colors, the composition is splendid indicative for the type!
keep photographing! TFS
- Argus (50626)
- [2010-01-23 1:15]
Merhaba Ahmet Dostum,
Congratulations on this Horshoe Bat species fisrt on TN, R. euryale!
The use of flash has illuminated the head of one of the two with enough clarity to see its features and its wing-apart resting pose.
Thanks and best regards to you and your family my friend,
- foozi (25839)
- [2010-01-23 2:04]
Salam Akhi Prof. Ahmet,
congratulations for the posted species..such a lively view and to me it is so chubby too.
very well captured in good use of flash to give a maximum sharpness and all its features.
I like the texture of the cave also.
Excellently presented with high note in its academic content.
Well done .
Nicedir TN'e uğrayamıyordum, sevimli yarasaların geçirmekte olduğum berbat nezleyi bile unutturdu. Mağara şartlarında bu karenin tespit edilebilmesi bile büyük başarı dostum, kutlarım.
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2010-01-23 3:43]
Nice photo of these Horseshoe Bats. Specially the right one is good in focus. Not easy to make a good photo in a cave in total darkness. Beautiful natural colours.
- Noisette (7821)
- [2010-01-23 16:29]
congratulations for a new species o TN, i like bats very much, and this two are very nice and captured in a cave, her natural environment
fine composition and lighting
Have a great sunday