Insects in flight-16
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The Six Spot Burnet in my backyard (Zygaena filipendulae, Sechsfleck- Widderchen. Zygaenidae) was hard to picture while in flight, it never hovers. I got this one during its landing approach, flaps out, undercarriage out, speed reduced.
Technicals: 1/2'000, f/5.6, ISO 400, 600 mm eq. Hand held, no flash, serial shoot, manual focus guesswork.
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- [2018-09-17 9:46]
This is an excellet picture and a very very difficult picture to take.
congratulation you did it flying!
- [2018-09-18 9:22]
Hi Dietrich,great face to face with one of the most Zygaenae,perfect details and head and body and all the sense of mouvement of wings in this new great capture! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
Another flight and landing by a great colourful poster well done DIETRICH MEYER