Not a wasp!
|Copyright: Philippe Moniotte (pgmoni)
|Date Taken: 2005-07-22|
|Camera: Nikon Coolpix 8700|
|Details: (Fill) Flash: Yes|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-08-11 12:54|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|But a fly, a Hoverfly (AKA Flowerfly) which admittedly is a very good mimick of a Yellowjacket. |
On Meadowsweet in Acadia national park, at the "Seewall". Too far from my bases for me to be able to put a name on it. Perhaps some species of Chrysotoxum or Temnostoma ?
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- [2005-08-11 14:39]
very nice one Philippe,
very good macro, the details are good, the pov is good and dof is nice. Personal I think I had rotate it for 45 degrees. that for a better composition, But I like yours, good job,
- [2005-08-11 15:52]
Well captured, crisp and detailed.
I agree with Jaap with a 45 or even a 180 degree rotation. It is better to have quick eye on contact on the subject.
The whites of the flowers are blown which is distracting.
Excellent work though.
Great macro Philippe. Colorfull with very good sharpness and very good details Very good job. WEll done
- [2005-08-12 3:00]
Wonderful macro.Colors,details,sharpness,POV and composition are excellent.TFS...:-)