|Copyright: Ram Thakur (ramthakur)
|Date Taken: 2016-11-19|
|Camera: Sony Cyber shot HX50V|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2016-11-19 0:02|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|With the onset of cold weather in north India, insects are now rarely visible. Today morning was a little warm and I noticed some winged insects on tiny wild flowers in a corner of my school campus. Hoverflies are normally visible here during spring season, so it looks like a false spring season for them. |
The image was taken with my Sony compact camera.
Eristalinus is a genus of hoverfly. Most species have very distinctive eye marking in the form of spots or banding, though these features may fade on some preserved specimens. Most are stout flies, and are nimble flyers, even compared to other hoverfly species.
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- [2016-11-19 4:03]
Beautiful picture of this hoverfly in excellent sharpness, beautiful clear and natural colors and a perfect composition.
as a lover of hoover-flies, I like this picture a lot.
A beautiful fly with nice stripes on the back and a pretty large head.
Well exposed with nice colours and fine details.
Well done, old friend,
- [2016-11-19 9:39]
The quality from the images of your compact camera never ceases to amaze me. The colors are bright and clear the detail is exceptional and I love the composition. What a wonderful image and a pleasure to view.
great sharpness picture Ram
so good details and beautiful colours
i like the big eyes
thanks gr lou
- [2016-11-19 18:12]
This is brilliant. The fly as well as flowers are very sharp. The colors are beautiful.
Thanks a for sharing.