for Ahmet (rousettus)
- MMM (11425)
- [2008-04-17 7:15]
Interesting image of scorpion.You had capture nice details.The image is also well in focus.Excellent text
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2008-04-17 7:21]
Ouch! Neat image...I didn't know they came in colours...this is a new one for me. Much appreciated lesson and notes...I had you off as a friend by accident...got it fixed now...sorry.
- jaycee (25460)
- [2008-04-17 8:05]
I'm always surpised to see anything but a red or white scorpion because that's what I see here. Great shot of this one which looks prehistoric. A nice dedication to Ahmet.
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2008-04-17 8:09]
I like this extreme close-up picture. Subject is terrible and nice of the same time. I like impressive low POV and great DOF and sharpness of the insect image. Excellent flash work and touching dedication. My best wishes and TFS.
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2008-04-17 8:46]
Great POV with very good detail and exposure.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2008-04-17 10:54]
Hi my beloved friend Haraprasan,
A superb macro shot of this scorpion species. Iam sure that it is very dangereous! Great composition and nice dedication to our joint friend and my Bro Ahmed!
- uleko (10940)
- [2008-04-17 11:29]
This is a nasty-looking Scorpion very well captured. Great focus and very sharp details. I wonder what size this is? Interesting note too. Nice dedication to Ahmet!
Many thanks, Ulla
- zulfu (43)
- [2008-04-17 13:08]
Great capture of this Scorpion and nice dedication! TFS.
- marcellr (3514)
- [2008-04-17 13:40]
davvero una singolare immagine di scorpione, da un ottimo punto di vista.
Bella la coda ripiegata con la ghiandola velenifera che sembra pronta a colpire.
- Juyona (16891)
- [2008-04-17 13:58]
interesante pov, y acción...
creo que el skorpion está enfadado, :))
buena dedicatoria para nuestro amigo,
- joey (24909)
- [2008-04-17 14:26]
Wow! What a great capture of this Scorpion!
How big was it? It looks huge!
Great sharpness and detail.
The lighing is brilliant!
Nice dediction to Ahmet as well.
Nice work Haraprasan,
- lousat (65489)
- [2008-04-17 15:40]
Hi Hara,impressive and dark pic,excellent work,perfect moment to take and very interesting note,thanks for share your work,Luciano
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2008-04-18 1:44]
A perfect demonstration of the Yoga Asana named after this vicious but elegant creature, HP.
Very well captured shot using fill flash.
The details on the Scorpion are excellent.
TFS and all the best.
- Mana (18598)
- [2008-04-18 3:19]
Wonderful shot of this Scorpion in a frightening posture. Very neat and sharp image with good use of flash lighting. This side profile looks great and the you have captured it with fine details. Excellent low POV and composition. Kudos.
- goldyrs (11497)
- [2008-04-18 4:57]
Very beautiful shot...I feel scared looking at this shot...
Very well done, HP.
- matatur (5312)
- [2008-04-18 10:04]
An ugly brute of a scorpion captured from an ants-eye view Haraprasan, maybe when it fluoresces under UV it looks lovelier, but I'm sure Ahmet woluld like it as it were...
- jazdzurka (1055)
- [2008-04-18 11:44]
What a wonderful picture. You've caught the scorpion in very good pose. It looks quite scary.
Good composition and exposition> Interesting POV>
Thanks for sharing
- parthasarathi (1314)
- [2008-04-18 12:48]
Wonderful image and information.
- angybone (7684)
- [2008-04-18 15:05]
Scary! Those things are mean.....great imagine - very fierce.
- montivipera (383)
- [2008-04-20 9:12]
Splendid night capture of this scorpion, which is one of my favourite animal groups. I especially like the perspective. And also it's a kind dedication to Dr. Ahmet Karatas, TFS.
- marhowie (486)
- [2008-04-21 4:47]
Cool lookin' scorpion HP, the flash effect works well for this one.
Nice detail, comp, and a good low POV also :)
Well done & have a great week!
I am really sorry for my delay. I am in field trips for my scientific studies. I work in field until late evening. I use internet rarely. But now I am honoured this great dedication. This is really great macro shot of Indian scorpion. Your region (Oriental or Indian Region, zoogeographically) fauna almost different our Palaearcic. It is more similar African (Ethiopian) Region than Asia. This is a result of the Continental Drift of Waganer's famous theory. But when I came back to house, I will checked my document for specific identification. Thanks again for your courtesy. best wishes my friend