Beautiful shot,nice colours&good POV.
Very nice shot of fly,
Perfect focusing and using
Exellent shot of moth
Superb sharp details, colours and POV
nice frame and good note
Nice capture of a Saturniid moth (Silkmoth). The fact that the flash is reflected on the right eyespots does not spoil the quality of the shot , it even makes it more interesting.
Well done, lovely to see.
Best wishes, Ivan
Beautiful moth. it is Antheraea yamamai Family: Saturniidae. Probably a female.
PS Small change it Antheraea pernyi not yamamai
Sorry for chaos :-)
it's my biggest wish to see such a gigantic moth sometime with my own eyes. Soooo beautiful and I love the metallic reflection of the spots. Excellent shot, thanks and greetings
Sabine - wishnugaruda
Very interesting capture Pankaj of this moth with the wings with circles translucent... I have captured a specimen with the same characteristics that I have published a pair of years ago.
I like it a lot: POV, DOF, focus, sharpness, color, lighting, notes.
I like it: composition, framing, background.
I don't like it: nothing.
Very good shot.
Thanks and greetings... Ricardo
You have captured a superb specimen of this species, Pankaj. And it does look huge.
Very clear and colourful night shot with the flash light on.
Well done and keep it up.
Good capture of the moth Pamkaj. It does look so big, and you show us the patterns so well. TFS
Wonderful moth with great colors, details, pov and pose. Earth works find as background.
TFS, Josť M.
Beautiful shot, with sharp detail and bright vivid colours. Nice POV and very good use of the flash.
Nice POV of this beautiful large moth.
Sharpness, details and natural color. A bit pitty that you didn't take this on a very top angle so some of highlighted area on 'the eyes' of the wings appear shiny...
Anyhow it is a neat image....
Incredible. I'm happy because this site exists. Here we can see different life from the one we have in our countries, and so well done.
- cicindela (9226)
- [2007-06-10 3:48]
Saturnidae is really impressive group! Most of species are so big that can be mistaken with bats! ;>
And this picture is really nice for me. I like colours, DOF and POV. Maybe the BG is not natural but on the other hand I understand that this specimen was atracted to the light :)
TFS and best greetings from Lodz,