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Migrant Hawker correct way round

By tamasalucy  
Well spotted Satireblue this member noticed that the previous post of this post had been turned 360 degrees opinions please on what way up members prefer.

Tags: General Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature

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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
1 Sep 2013 12:00PM
With some insects you can rotate them and they look fine - for me personally I prefer Dragonflies to be the right way up.

You've caught its eyes beautifully and, because the body/wings are out of focus, I don't mind them being cropped off. I really like the colours and details you've caught, this makes a lovely close up.

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1 Sep 2013 12:07PM

Quote:With some insects you can rotate them and they look fine - for me personally I prefer Dragonflies to be the right way up.

You've caught its eyes beautifully and, because the body/wings are out of focus, I don't mind them being cropped off. I really like the colours and details you've caught, this makes a lovely close up.

Sorry Karenfb it was you who noticed that the image had been rotated 360 and not satireblue well spotted
1 Sep 2013 12:23PM
Any which way is fine with me.
I thought we'd reached the end of this series so I'm pleased to re-visit this fine image.
paulbroad 9 117 1077 United Kingdom
1 Sep 2013 5:31PM
Way up OK with me, but I've seen them settle both ways. Depth of field is tiny, but reasonably adequate although I' m not sure the eyes are pin sharp. They are close and I'm on a tablet, so I'll reserve judgement. A good natyral light close up and quality looks good at this size.

Not macro, of course. Cannot be so with a zoom. A close up. So called macro zooms are not correctly named.

Paul

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