You have much to learn, Grasshopper...

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  1. Monica Fermin

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    Once again, Bob goes out to check on Logan's tomatoes and finds yet another surprise!... "Grab your camera, come quick!"

    Young Grasshopper is just sitting there trying to blend in while having breakfast (our tomatoes!) I tried to get as close as I could without scarring him away. Just the thought of it hopping from the leaf onto my head is giving me the goosebumps!

    As to Logan's tomatoes... they're coming along! I promise to get a good shot of them and post it up!
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    Very nice indeed, the lighting is great, do you have another one where he is directly in front of the tomato, it would be interesting to see how the red green contrasts and could make a pretty startling shot?

    Oh and welcome to the forum, keep up the good work

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    Thanks Tim!

    I do have a couple of views, but the tomatoes were all still green. :|


    Thanks for the welcome and also for the feedback.

    Monica
     
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    Ahh shame, if he (not sure how to sex one of these) is in your garden there is a pretty good chance he will be around when they ripen, I think these things are supposed to be pretty territorial, shouting the neighbours away :)
     
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    Welcome to TPF!

    I like how you shot it with its legs all stretched out like that. Nice image indeed.
     

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