- jlendoiro (99)
- [2006-05-15 14:10]
Hola Extramundi, ante todo gracias por el comentario, había reparado ya en la cantidad de fotografías impresionantes que tienes en la galería, yo simplemente soy un aficionado que disfruta un montón e intenta aprender. Nos vemos.
- carper (8439)
- [2006-05-15 14:20]
It's a beauty Felipe,
a very well taken macro, good composition, good details and well taken in pov. Good job.
- batu (16383)
- [2006-05-15 14:33]
Hallo Filipe and Cristina, very fine details visible particularly the spiny legs. Also the leaf structure is brilliant.
- jchemas (3396)
- [2006-05-15 15:54]
Hola Felipe y Cristina.
Muy bonita la fotografia con colores y detalles extermadamente buenos.
Buena definicion y fondo.
- Janice (18832)
- [2006-05-16 3:36]
Hey there Felipe and Cristina, I have missed your latest shots - it is good to see you...
Super shot of teh damselfly, the pale brown colour contrasts well against the green grasses. Nice and sharp too.
- phlr (2821)
- [2006-05-16 4:35]
Very good photo of a Zygoptera!
It could be a female of Platycnemis latipes too, but I'm not quite sure.
Excellent DOF and details!
Very good POV and BG!
5* and TFS!
- marhowie (486)
- [2006-05-16 6:43]
Very good quality. Excellent sharpness, detail, DOF, exposure, and color..
I especially like the smooth green BG, that shows off your damsel so well :)
A basic I learned about damsels, is that they go through color changes, making ID even more difficult at times..I believe they call it a
Anyway, Excelllent work mf!
- TAZ (10926)
- [2006-05-16 6:53]
What a wonderful and interesting shot that you have very well done (with the F717) ! Nice to see a new picture from you. Congratulations Felipe and thanks for sharing.
- jcoowanitwong (13754)
- [2006-05-17 5:52]
Excellent picture of this damselfly. Sharp, crisp clear, and good light distribution. Very good POV and composition. TFS
- cosmln (1952)
- [2006-09-04 6:20]
just browsing because i want ot put an image of Sympecma.
first about this: spot on detail... so perfect sharpness, nice POV and a perfect POV.
now about the ID, the Sympecma is out of discussion because of the general appearence (pterostygma is to short, the anal apendics are two short).
I'm thinking more that this is a young femela of Platycnemis acutipennis (i'm not very sure because that species is not present in Romania so i don't have a real experience with that species).
i still hope that this helps you and TFS,