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KarenFB's Gallery Comments

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Robin by Myathebirdwatcher999

Robin

What a beautiful close up - I can almost see you in the reflection of its eye!! Smile

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

baby shield on seedhead by CarolG

baby shield on seedhead

Happy Birthday Carol! Grin

By: CarolG

general by shydallah

general

That's a lot of bee's bums - you were very brave to stay there and photograph them!

By: shydallah

Natural History Museum (USA) by cameraboy

Natural History Museum (USA)

I Love natural history museums - it's fascinating to see creatures from so long ago. You've caught this one brilliantly (though it doesn't look to have a tail).

By: cameraboy

Fly Agaric by Myathebirdwatcher999

Fly Agaric

A gorgeous capture of my favourite fungi (such pretty colours). Smile

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

Amanita Excelsa by Paintman

Amanita Excelsa

A beautiful specimen, brilliantly caught!

By: Paintman

Sparrowhawk by Myathebirdwatcher999

Sparrowhawk

I think it's a brilliant capture! The details are wonderful, right down to its yellow eye! Smile

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

Flyball by Terry L

Flyball

'Flies' are such pretty fungi - we don't seem to get them around here..............just boring white ones!

By: Terry L

Now THAT is what I call McDonald's CHIPS ! by cameraboy

Now THAT is what I call McDonald's CHIPS !

The American's do pride themselves on doing 'big'!! Smile You've caught your lunch brilliantly, everything is beautifully in focus and being close in you've avoided all the clutter (you've chosen a good format).

By: cameraboy

Masts Field Brown Argus by Glostopcat

Masts Field Brown Argus

A gorgeous image!

The weather out there is awful...........I hope you've got plenty of these to last the winter (I'm missing the bugs and butterflies already!).

By: Glostopcat

Mute Swan by Myathebirdwatcher999

Mute Swan

A gorgeous close up - the details are beautiful!

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

Tower One, New York by cameraboy

Tower One, New York

What an amazing tower!

By: cameraboy

Magnetic Attraction by ukgubbi

Magnetic Attraction

A beautiful capture - the bee in just the right place, brilliantly back lit!

By: ukgubbi

Wet Spiderling by Paul_Iddon

Wet Spiderling

The details are amazing - a brilliant capture!

By: Paul_Iddon

Parasitic Wasp-Ichneumon stramentarius. by Badgerfred

Parasitic Wasp-Ichneumon stramentarius.

I think it's a parasitic wasp called Ichneumon stramentarius. They are quite small and are always on the move, so you've caught this one brilliantly! Smile

By: Badgerfred

Old and New in new York by cameraboy

Old and New in new York

What a difference between the old and new - brilliantly caught!

By: cameraboy

Eaters in the grass by Levievil

Eaters in the grass

What beautiful birds (we don't get them in the UK) - you've caught them brilliantly. I like the movement you've caught in the grasses in the background.

By: Levievil

The new Skyline of New York by cameraboy

The new Skyline of New York

A brilliant capture (being a little hazy on the day hasn't helped you any!) - there is so much of interest in here (the bird puts the icing on the cake!).

Have you tried to tweak the 'contrast/lighting' in post processing? It may improve the image slightly! Smile

By: cameraboy

Adonis Blue by Andy_brown

Adonis Blue

A beautiful capture - lovely colours and details!

By: Andy_brown

New York at Night by cameraboy

New York at Night

A gorgeous night scene - I agree with Brian, I think levelling the horizon would improve the image. Smile

By: cameraboy

stiletto fly by CarolG

stiletto fly

If it were April I'd think you were having a joke with us - what an amazing creature.

A cross between a spider and a fly, those shiny eyes are definately spider-like, in fact I can see three more just behind them! I shall watch this space with interest and hope someone can come up with an ID. Smile

By: CarolG

Black Veined White by NigelKiteley

Black Veined White

A stunning capture - beautifully sharp details!

By: NigelKiteley

My friend Arthur by AlanWillis

My friend Arthur

What a handsome fellow - you've caught him brilliantly, a gorgeous close up!

By: AlanWillis

Basking Duke of Burgundy by Glostopcat

Basking Duke of Burgundy

A beautiful capture, lovely details!

By: Glostopcat

Water Vole by Myathebirdwatcher999

Water Vole

Beautifully caught! I love the line of drops on its back!! Smile

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

thirsty wasp by CarolG

thirsty wasp

Did it fall...............or was it pushed? Wink

Three beautifully detailed shots!

By: CarolG

Bewick's Swan by Myathebirdwatcher999

Bewick's Swan

A gorgeous capture - I love the details, those droplets really add the extra sparkle! Smile

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

autumn cleopatra by CarolG

autumn cleopatra

Beautiful!! (V1 is my favourite!). Smile

By: CarolG

Mandarin Duck by Myathebirdwatcher999

Mandarin Duck

Such a beautiful duck, brilliantly caught! Smile

By: Myathebirdwatcher999

Hoopoe Displaying by pdsdigital

Hoopoe Displaying

A gorgeous capture!

I've never seen a Hoopoe, I feel quite jealous!! Smile

By: pdsdigital