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kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2008-11-12 7:59] [+]

Well done, Madame Poirot! Your tenacity really paid off. This is brilliant work. I can visualise you darting among the all the flowers trying for the right shot.
This is a great composition. My eye is immediately drawn to the light pink flower and then the tongue and head of the moth. So sharp and then I see the fast moving wings and I know that this is a busy, busy fellow. I also love the colours of the blurred background. They are so complementary to the flower and insect in the front. Seriously excellent image.
Regards,
kessi

kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2008-06-08 5:52] [+]

Hi Bev,
great capture of this young one. You managed to get the light in the eye so well. The greenery around frames him beautifully. Great work.
best wishes
Irmgard

kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2008-04-17 9:14] [+]

Wow, Anna,
Sharp as it can get. I can even see the ticks on the stomach of the fawn. If this is the work you do after 3 months of photography, I am seriously impressed. I love the way you caught the wrinkling of the noses as they gently lap up the water. The different colouring of both is so detailed and is a great opportunity for comparison of age. I like the way one only sees the reflection of the muzzles and a small part of their hooves in the water. This keeps the focus on the restfulness of the two antelope as they quench their thirst.
Verrry, verrry nice.

best wishes,
kessi

kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2008-04-17 8:14]

Hallo Adrian,
What a stunning macro. The depth of field is perfect. The eyes are crystal-clear and the white cross on the back and the other markings are sharp. The indentations on the back are also well-defined and always make me think of a duvet in this type of orb-weaver. I also like the way you positioned the spider at a slight angle with her prey in front. Great work.

best wishes,
kessi

kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2008-04-15 4:03]

Hi Bob,
Wonderful landscape shot with stunning reflections. Your note is extremely interesting. I hope you get to do your trek.

best wishes,
kessi

kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2008-04-15 3:45] [+]

Hi Brenda,
Great image. You managed to get a nice glint from his eye and a good depth of field. It seems that he uses sticks and sand to camouflage himself in addition to his mottled brown colouring.
I also like your note, very interesting.

best wishes,
kessi

kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2007-11-14 21:57]

Hello Gloria,
Wonderful picture of the pelicans against the blue sky. They look like the pterosaurus of the dinosaur period. They became extinct due to natural causes. We humans cause extinction the unnatural way.
Good point of view and excellent focus on the birds. It is not easy when shooting such a contrasty subject.
Great photo and note. Well done.
best wishes,
kessi

kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2007-11-14 21:26]

Wow, Enio,
Great shot. Good depth of field and very focused. Do you know more about this catterpillar? It would be interesting to identify it.

kessi

kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2007-11-10 7:42]

Hi Silke,
again a lovely composition....the vertical format supports the height of the trees and their placement lets us explore into the far distance....the way you framed it enhances the whole scenery......so peaceful and reflective.

best wishes
kessi

kessi Gold Star Critiquer [C: 80 W: 5 N: 74] (221) [2007-11-10 7:34]

Hi Silke,
Beautiful composition......the gull looking down along the railing posts....the focus just perfect, blurring gradually toward the water....and the verse you chose so apt.
Wonderful tribute to Remembrance Day.

Regards,
kessi