- lousat (65489)
- [2007-11-25 11:05]
eheheh tu as trouve' un petit monde a photographer,tu as bati une tres belle gallerie d'insects pas communs,bonne soiree',Luciano
- demeve (6165)
- [2007-11-25 11:49]
Very nice Cicada, very clear image
great POV and wonderful macro work.. Well done
- jignasi (27917)
- [2007-11-25 15:14]
Interesantes muestras las que nos presentas últimamente. Buen encuadre pero algo justa de enfoque. Buena semana Marie Christine.
Amazing capture of this fascinating little Leafhopper. Even though it is very small in your picture it shows details and colours pretty well. I think it would be good if you put in the size in your note.
Many thanks and regards, Ulla
- undoredo (2740)
- [2007-11-26 5:07]
This is an another tiny little friend you present here. :)
You've captured this little buddy very well.
I can see excellent details and nice POV here, with nice composition.
Thanks for the sharing unique and interesting species. :-)
- marcellr (3514)
- [2007-11-26 6:09]
Ciao Marie Christine,
la tua galleria di piccoli insetti si arricchisce ogni giorno.
Complimenti anche per quest'ultima foto, difficile da realizzare per le piccole dimensioni dell'insetto.
Hello Marie Christine,I like your presentations of animals not often seen very much. And fortunately for us viewers you provide wonderful informative notes. Keep up the interesting work!
This dwarf cicada is well presented even if the best focus is on the eye further away. The problem with the artificial background is the contrast. Personally I have dislocated animals sitting on my window sill to put them on a darker background. This might be tricky with those jumpy things!
My best regards
Bonjour Marie Christine,
Encore une créature intéressante et que nous connaissons si peu. Il faut dire qu'avec leur taille si petite, on risque de ne pas les voir. As-tu une formation de biologiste pour si bien connaître tous ces mini-formats?
Un grand merci et bonne journée
Nice little critter indeed. Well lighted,considering the difficult contrast situation. Perhaps a slightly tighter compo would have been even more informative ?
I have seen several of those this year(at least I think it is the same species - I'll post a picture in the WS) but I did not go further than Idiocerus sp. !