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chase 12 1.1k 246 England
21 May 2010 9:18PM
Great viewed large Tim,although I find myself wishing the grass wasn't there TBH.

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vickyf 12 8 8 United Kingdom
21 May 2010 9:20PM
Super image, Tim, and rather mysterious. Love the flow of the composition - I personally think the grass adds to the shot.
21 May 2010 9:21PM
OMG what a superbly timed capture !! Stunning image and expertly captured...
celestun 14 29 14 United Kingdom
21 May 2010 9:21PM
Well it would be easy to take off the grass, but I liked the curve... so decided to leave it... rather like a trajectory!


helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
21 May 2010 9:23PM
Superb timing !!!!
Excellent capture
21 May 2010 9:43PM
Superb Tim, fab timing... and yeah I like the grass too

bricurtis Plus
12 2.2k 49 England
21 May 2010 10:01PM
What a fabulous in flight shot Tim - the detail on the moth is superb.
BeiK 12 7 Scotland
21 May 2010 10:11PM
Totally enchanting....and I think the grass orchestrates it all. A beautiful symphony, received with thanks.
andymark 8 1 England
21 May 2010 10:20PM
wow amazing shot
celestun 14 29 14 United Kingdom
21 May 2010 10:28PM
Thank you so much Beik for the award!

All your comments have made my day!


Julian 13 76 3 United Kingdom
21 May 2010 11:04PM
Really nice Tim. I like it a lot.
CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
22 May 2010 5:43AM
Simply magical. Carol
celestun 14 29 14 United Kingdom
22 May 2010 12:29PM
Thank you Carol for the award! and Julian I'm glad you do like this one.


JimL Plus
11 238 United Kingdom
22 May 2010 5:51PM
excellent image Tim.Well done.
Gaucho 16 2.8k 2 United Kingdom
22 May 2010 6:57PM
I've been trying to shoot these guys for ages to no avail. Everything that needs to be is beautifully in focus and the blade of grass is very much a plus. Wonderful.


PS Can you tell me what shutter speed you were on? I must try harder....
celestun 14 29 14 United Kingdom
22 May 2010 8:12PM
Thanks Jim and Malcolm!

This one was taken at 1/2500s @ f4 ISO 320


Glostopcat 12 255 2 England
22 May 2010 10:37PM
An incredible inflight capture Tim, impecable timing

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