A MOUSE WITH PAIR OF WINGS
Crucified bat :-) I like its pose very much. Animal is detailed and with good light which is very hard to get in cave. POV is also good. Interesting surface - it looks like rusted metal [I read your note - it is rusted metal ;-)]. Overall very interesting post.
Excellent shot and document!! Impresive sharpness and details for a closed space.
It's a very interesting job.
Thank you very much for sharing it.
- cataclysta (5666)
- [2007-01-14 5:33]
Fajne zdjecie i super ciekawa notka. Pomysl na serie nietoperzowa na treknature jest bardzo dobry.
czekam na wiecej
- cedryk (5270)
- [2007-01-14 17:40]
Nice upside down POV, and good exposure in the bunker - sometimes it's tricky for the flash.
Just one hint for better colours - I see some delicate magenta colouration in the surfaces where light of flash is reflected. Usually this occurs when the camera white-balance mode is set to "auto". It's way better for the colours to set it to "flash" when you rely only on such light. The colours will be slightly warmer - test it first on people. It's especially well visible on human skin.
Anyway, very good shot!
Your notes are interesting. And, unfortunately, the clergy
of some cults and sects of Christianity still teach, in remote places such as the islands of Azores, that the bat is the "devil". I've personally witnessed the ordinary folk doing their best to exterminate them from their fields.
Ignorance!!! What a pity.
Bats are the most essential elements of our lives.
This capture is very unique.
Focusing is excellent. Clarity is also excellent.
The presentation and composition is OUTSTANDING.
Great job. Congratulations.
Friendly regards from Canada from Mario.
A great family poorly represented in TN. The face is extremely odd to me. I love bats and I learn to much with your anecdotic note.
- spalaxtr (5868)
- [2007-05-15 4:01]
Your bat photos also very nice. Inside of the caves allways a problem for photograpfy due to low light conditions. Details and clarity are good. Thanks. Mustafa