I'm Waiting For You!
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-03-18 4:10]
Wonderful photo remainding wonderful holidays!
I would like to be there now!
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-03-18 4:15]
Good shot Greg!Green blurred bg makes the photo very attractive
I liked the composition...TFS
Hi Greg, the spider is a Nursery Web Spider Pisaura mirabilis. It looks like a youngster too. Nice shot, I like the lighting and composition. NIce work.
- AndyB (3982)
- [2005-03-18 4:45]
A nice artistic looking shot Greg.
lovely detail and colours with nice lighting.
A good capture,well done.
Is this a relation to Steve's spider from yesterday? Nice summery plant - not so nice spider. But yes, well caught Greg. I don't like spiders.
- sAner (4750)
- [2005-03-18 6:41]
DOF & POV are excellent. Details are good and colors are nice. Note is good aswell. TFS Greg!
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-03-18 14:40]
Greg, Composed well a nice light effect from the backside..I see these bug photos & it makes me itch to get at the bugs/spiders again. Soon, very soon! TFS
- Kirsten (664)
- [2005-03-18 15:50]
good shot!was the spider planning to bunjee jump?good details, on the plant and spider.well done!
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2005-03-18 16:28]
Fantastic light in this shot Grzegorz, its very pleasant on the eye...very nice and well done.
- Toni (2034)
- [2005-03-18 17:36]
Belle mise en valeur de cette plante. Les couleurs sont très belles. Ah! Il y a une araignée, oui c'est bien ça. Elle est superbe
- netfalls (0)
- [2005-03-19 2:42]
Great shot Greg, I love this light. Good details.
- Luc (14767)
- [2005-03-19 15:01]
Great picture, Grzegorz, especialy the light.
As I wrote to Joanna: "Here, the spring begin officially tomorrow but today we have a tremendous +6C with a brilliant sun and the snow melt, melt, melt and cafes-terraces fill, fill, fill...
- livios (16942)
- [2005-03-21 21:46]
Grzegorz, I really like the dof in your pictures, and this is no exception. F/4.6 worked very well here.
Composition and lighting are great. There's some little noise on the background, but the Blur Tool would easily eliminate it.