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Old Mar 15, 2005, 1:07 PM   #1
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Another series of insects: Grasshoppers.
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Old Mar 15, 2005, 1:16 PM   #2
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I like the perspective in the 1st pic with portrait mode and OOF leaf in foreground. 8,5/10

Great the second one (mating or a "cub"?). Sharp focus great colors. 9,2/10

Beautiful the red background in the third pic.
Thegrasshoppers' back is more in focus than his head and eye. 9/10

Always glad to see your pics.
please specify the lens used.

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PS They would have quite deserved and be quite embellished by your usual frame.



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Old Mar 15, 2005, 1:25 PM   #3
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Narmer wrote:
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I like the perspective in the 1st pic with portrait mode and OOF leaf in foreground. 8,5/10

Great the second one (mating or a "cub"?). Sharp focus great colors. 9,2/10

Beautiful the red background in the third pic.
The grasshoppers' back is more in focus than his head and eye. 9/10

Always glad to see your pics.
please specify the lens used.

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You have very sharp eyes for details narmer on #3!

Pls pardon me as I always tend to forget to put the specs.

All these series I posted are with FZ10+6T+Sigma CU, Ext bounce flash, ISO 50, F8 and varying shutter speeds.
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Old Mar 15, 2005, 1:36 PM   #4
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Do they really need any comments??

I really dont think so!!!!

I know I'm gonna stay amazed for quite some time now!

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Old Mar 15, 2005, 1:59 PM   #5
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Tchuanye, your macro photos are amazing as usual!
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Old Mar 15, 2005, 2:01 PM   #6
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rameezrazzak wrote:
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Do they really need any comments??

I really dont think so!!!!

I know I'm gonna stay amazed for quite some time now!

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Exactly what I see as well. SUPERB macro shotsTC. Excellent shots and work

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Old Mar 15, 2005, 2:58 PM   #7
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truly excellent shots! i especially like the second one... the juvenile hitching a ride on its parent's back is something seldom seen this way. i still wonder, especially with grasshoppers, how you manage to get those shots without them flying away!! :?:
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Excellent as always.

Welcome back Danny.
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Excellent as always.

Welcome back Danny.

LOL, I never went away except for work :-), I lurk though :-)

These are excellent shots, I'm in love with these for sure.
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Old Mar 16, 2005, 3:48 AM   #10
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Thanks guys for the comments! really apprecciate them



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truly excellent shots! i especially like the second one... the juvenile hitching a ride on its parent's back is something seldom seen this way. i still wonder, especially with grasshoppers, how you manage to get those shots without them flying away!! :?
Hi, this pair just jumped right infront of me! Was approaching this bush to take some butterflies, but this grasshopper pair just hopped into my path, so I took the chance to snap them....was planning to shift my position to take another angle, but alas...it jump away!


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