"Series II (Aeshnidae)"
- horia (16656)
- [2007-10-04 3:28]
What a splendid collage and post!
Besides the obvious fact that you managed to take some amazing photos of all the 3 species here belonging to the Aeshna genus, what i particularly like here is their very similar pose.
I mean it's quite common to see them standing like that on a vertical tree or branch, but in all 3 of the cases here, you managed a superb BG behind all of them and some spot-on exposures as well.
This is really terrific!
I think a favorite is in order :)
BRAVO, my friend and TFS
- claudine (0)
- [2007-10-04 3:42]
This is a very interesting post as I never noticed the little differences between those species. Honestly, for me they look almost the same but for an experimented eye like you, it is different. Each picture shows us great details in good exposure and POV. This is a complete and much useful post. Thanks!
- Servane (1138)
- [2007-10-04 4:15]
It's a very nice and interesting composition which can help people like me to understand the little differences between the Aeschna.
Very good sharpness and great colors, and good choice of the "Triptych"
- pirate (7474)
- [2007-10-04 4:45]
this is amazing: great presentation in a identification book style (but much better) with a great artistic touch.
- smitha (4409)
- [2007-10-04 7:41]
This one is also quite beautiful and informative as your pevious collage of the Libellulidae family. Each picture is magnificent with good sharpness, details and colours.Seems like you have a good collection and knowledge of the dragonflies. It is very nice of you to share it with us. Looking forward to more similar collages,
- batu (16383)
- [2007-10-04 12:22]
a nice and helpful comparative presentation of the similar Aeshna-species. Differences in the body colour pattern are well seen.
Best wishes, Peter
- Juyona (16891)
- [2007-10-04 16:43]
efectivos detalles y sensacional trabajo y compo.
- XOTAELE (8)
- [2007-10-08 9:06]
Bellos colores y buenos tonos.
Saludos Kevin, JL.
- arfer (0)
- [2007-10-26 19:47]
You know your darners very well.I like how you managed to crop each shot equally enabling us to see the darners in the exact pose and dimensions.Wonderful lighting and colours.the subtle differences are much easier to see in this form of comparison.The post is both visually pleasing and highly informative.TFS