Springhare First on TN
- chrimakris (26007)
- [2011-01-23 12:33]
Interesting animal and beautiful photo with good composition and wonderful colours.
- bartove (7772)
- [2011-01-23 12:45]
Lovely species, expertly captured.
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2011-01-23 13:07]
Excellent and very beautiful photo of this Springhaas. The light from the flash did its work very well. Fantastic sharpness, details and there's even eye contact. Taken from a very good low POV. Congratulations to be the first on TN with this lovely animal.
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2011-01-23 14:40]
congratulations for this first one on TN,
this is a very cute small animal with his
lovely eye-contact, you spotted superbly
with excellent focus sharpness and details,
Hi Tom,this little creature sure has an adorable look to it with those big eyes and ears.I see you have used flash to make the capture and it looks very good and all the more so considering the fairly slow speed.I see your meta data shows you used an eos 60D and a 7D.How do you find these cameras compare to each other as I'm thinking of buying one as gift and someone who knows,purhaps you could give a recommendation.Thanks for sharing this smallish rodent with us.This is the first time I have ever seen a photo of one.
- mwmod99 (14196)
- [2011-01-24 1:25]
Wonderful stuff and congratulation for the first in TN post of this remarkably interesting creature! Fantastic point of view, colors and together with that brilliant use of fill in flash you have managed to crate a gorgeous image! I love it!
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2011-01-24 2:10]
Your shot is very natural. It seems that the charming animal even dose not notice your presence. Its pose and glance are very cute as well as surroundings. DOF is precise, main subject is in focus and scenery in blurred nicely. TFS and best regards.
- foozi (25839)
- [2011-01-24 6:30]
what an exciting capture with the dark shiny eye so well seen. Its glance and slight turn make this view a pleasant and attractive presentation.
Nice details of the furs and the colours resemble the dried grass in the surrounding produced a wonderful effect.