Awesome capture of this beautiful rhino! Makes me sad that people can kill these precious rare animals. :)
Very nice macro capture of this cute little gecko. Have you posted any images of the adults? :)
magnificant bird, very good pose. I have never seen this species on TN, thanks for this. It seems that the picture was cropped a little too much, this would explain the lack of sharpness. Or else you had to use a high ISO value to achieve this result. Never mind, it can't be helped . Judging from your other presentations on TN you know your stuff anyway. Have a good day,
the superb composition and perfect execution is typical of you. OK, you were lucky that the butterflies were just at the right angle to the sunlight, revealing all details and emphasizing the colours. Chapeau also for the careful note, again typical of you.
Have a good day, Dietrich
The tight frame is putting the insect in evidence. The point of view is showing the details of the Red lacewing butterfly. The light is giving good colors rendering. Have a nice day.
The flower is helping to frame the insect. The poinbt of view is showing the details of the Polyommatus virgilius butterfly. The light is bringing out the beauty of the colors. Have a nice day.
you are an old hand in this, thanks for proving it again with this piece of pure music. How the light strikes the wings, just what it needs to render the plasticity to the animal. And you are visibly a believer inusing a flash. So gooood.
Best regards, Dietrich
you are back, and in STYLE ! The way you present the Lycaenid it adds a dreamy quality to the picture.
Best regards to you, Dietrich
of course it cannot be a plant occurring elsewhere in Europe and Asia :-) You even expect some endemites in the very special conditions in this steppe.
Good shot of Verbascum sinaiticum, which I may have seen myself in Jordan but not have known .
you had a good catch here, not only the Issoria is impressive but also the Blue thistle as a background. Pleasing all around. greetings,