- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2007-09-15 5:09]
Voor deze jongen lijkt dit meer op een slang dan een worm, Jacob:). Mijn kennis is dan ook vrij beperkt.
Hou van de onscherpte in de voor- en achtergrond.
- marhowie (486)
- [2007-09-15 5:13]
Great timing and DOF, I like the low POV here..Good composition in your headshot also.
Well exposed, sharp details and natural color.
- ridvan (5205)
- [2007-09-15 5:24]
hi jacop; perfect close up shot to the head of snike well done
- coolnik (575)
- [2007-09-15 6:03]
nice shot with a nice BG and act of forking/smelling the air help show the animal behaviour,i liked the low POV which is very effective here.
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2007-09-15 6:21]
a nice picture of this slow-worm, in swedish it called
kopparorm or kopparödla, (copper snake / sopper lizzard.
The unique with this reptileis that could be very old.
Nice low POV and well composed,
- uleko (10940)
- [2007-09-15 6:49]
I haven't seen one of these for some years now. Sad! You've managed to get a very nice close capture here showing sharp details. I'm surprised at the colour though as I remember them having a copper colour like the Swedish name implies.
TFS and regards, Ulla
- fartash (5161)
- [2007-09-16 4:18]
What a great shot of this Slow worm,
Great focusing,sharpness and DOF,
Useful note and workshop, Welldone.
It is really nice to see you again on TN, especially that the picture presents a reptile species photographed in Poland! :>
I like a lot timing of this image and the low POV. Sharpness and details are also good. On the other hand I am not sure if I do like a little more the picture from the workshop :)
TFS and have a nice weekend!
PS. In Poland the name of this creature is "padalec" :)