Many things are good on your picture - the 'concentration' of webs, the right rotation of the image and, finally, a source of massive...reminiscences I've got! Many thanks for that! Ilya
Ertugrul, you have a fantastic shot! Congratulations! Ilya
It is really incredible photo! Everything is so natural and, therefore, so excellent! Congratulations!
This wonderful creature belongs to the family Acrididae. I'll let you know an approximate name of this spices a bit later.
So lovely toy isn't it!? I guess, anyone who has a look on this beautiful creature should study...entomology! :)
Once again, thanks for such an enjoyment!
I like this creature! If you are still curious on its taxonomy 'rank', please contact Professor J.Rovner. He is very-very high qualified expert in spiders. His address is following:
Good luck! Please say me when you have some positive news from him, OK?!
Regards from TAU,
I've over looked before this fantastic shot! It is nice to see with your help that Nature is so skillful to make such lovely creatures!
The shot is excellent! Where did you make it? Europe? Add a few drops of info to yur note, please!
Hello Trevor, very nice composition, color 'combination' including background. I would 'convered' an initial shot to a bit darker image via levels (?). This fern 'head' reminds me a bishop's crozier, so fantastic 'parallels' fro...my mind!
Just now I've found this shot and it becomes my favorite because of so perfect 'dyad symmentry'! :) I guess you have several 'derivatives' of this pictures where you played with contrast, saturation etc, isn't it?!