Buffalo Moth

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  1. Donde

    Donde No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    That´s not really it´s name but the pose reminds me of a Buffalo. Olympus 750UZ in macro mode.

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    it does look like a buffalo...nice shot
     
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    Good eye, great capture!
     
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    Very nice.
     
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    The spot-on focusing adds a lot to this photo, nice work! I like it a lot.
     
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    Whoa, so crips and sharp.
    Are you the same who started out here as Dondeando?
    Do you now KNOW where you are going? ;)

    You sure know where you are going with your photography: definitely in the RIGHT direction! Well done!

    And this moth DOES look like a buffalo! You are so right!
     
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    Nice and crisp. Great shot
     
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    Thats some serious detail you captured there. Good job :)
     
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    wow that moth looks massive great shot
     
  10. Donde

    Donde No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thanks for the kind words La Photo. Yes I had a glitch logging on as Dondeando so I just re-registered as Donde. Wher am I going? I don´t know but it probobly won´t be past the corner.
     
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    Great shot, nice up close and personal. It is a little bit of a shame that such a wonderfuly large eye cant have a bit more contrast in it, you have to know it is an eye and look for it rather than it jumps out at you, what you need is a fill light about .025mm across and a small hole in the leaf and tripod to mount the light on, ok well maybe not too practical but do you know what i mean? Insects are so hard to light, this one is full of character nice work.

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