- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2005-01-09 19:57]
A very nice macro shot of these darters. I am sure it took some patience to make this shot. Great information on the notes.
- willie (2083)
- [2005-01-10 1:00]
Great macro Bente. You captured a rare moment here. Very well done
- carper (8439)
- [2005-01-10 2:55]
It's now for sure Danish women keep there men under lock and barrel. Very good macro, good pof and dof and a very good imformative note, great job
- netfalls (0)
- [2005-01-10 4:14]
Very good composition, I think a bit too close.
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-01-10 5:17]
I'm really affraid of your photo. Do you think I will have a nighmare? But it is done very well!
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2005-01-10 15:26]
What a moment. I know what this feels like from my mantis emerginging. It's a very nice shot Bente. Vey difficult to get all in the DOF but you did very well. Excellent write up too. Well done.
Driven INTO submission, I see. And this just because of the drive to get to the top, to drive the last vestiges of softness from her body. And I note, carefully, the wording.
Nice one here Bente, and a very good not note too.
- Luc (14767)
- [2005-01-11 11:40]
I believe in you on word, Bente. You are an expert in the subject. And you have the talent to arrest my attention with this double detailed description: image and note.
Thank you very much.
- japie (5187)
- [2005-01-11 21:41]
Now this is typical female! She is already getting him used to the battering he is going to receive for the rest of his life! To him this will be normal and he would think she is "nice" when she gives him some time off while she is powdering her nose. The moment she has finished the beauty session she will be back in the driver seat. Looking at the wings and legs that need to harden, the female has one thing that is ready from the first moment - her mouth! :)
This is a wonderful moment that you caught with great skill. The sharpness is very good (excellent on the female of course) and the exposure great.
Very well done and thanks for posting
- livios (16942)
- [2005-01-22 21:07]
Bente, it's easy to realize you have (at least) two great talents: you shoot very well and you write very well too. It's always pleasant to see your pictures and to read your notes. Here, that wasn't different. Congratulations on the picture, congratulations on the note.
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2005-01-25 12:30]
Another image I seem to have missed, Sorry bente,
This explains why we see Dragons with damaged wings and legs when quite young, my books say damage at this time is more likely to lead to lead to failure to pass though this stage, so it is good to learn he survived this trampling. the image show well the intermediate stage of wing extention with the wings vertical over the back, before the are folded flat, which she it going to do when she finds room enough to flattern them out with out them comming into contact with anything or they may become bent and unusable.
Thank you for sharing this one with us , I know how early you had to get up to get this one.
Sorry out of points, just trying to catch up with people.