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SlowSong Plus
12 9.5k 30 England
10 May 2020 1:19PM
Clever to have got this. Smile
cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
10 May 2020 1:26PM

Quote:Clever to have got this. Smile


A complete fluke of course Smile
10 May 2020 1:41PM
Well captured.
Irishkate Plus
10 44 118 United Kingdom
10 May 2020 2:01PM
Even when they are still it is hard to get a really satisfactory sharpness!
KateGrin
cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
10 May 2020 2:27PM

Quote:Even when they are still it is hard to get a really satisfactory sharpness!
KateGrin



I have this theory that all bugs and beasties have a mysterious invisible field around their heads which is designed purely to mess up the focussing abilities of the camera - and operator!
Niknut Plus
10 2.8k 82 United Kingdom
10 May 2020 3:23PM
Cracking shot !!.....well caught piece of action with lovely colours & clarity....impressive !.Smile

I'm surprised by the size of it's wings !!....perhaps twice the size of the red wing-cases, so
maybe they're folded up under the cases when not flying ???...fascinating !.Smile
saltireblue Plus
10 11.6k 71 Norway
10 May 2020 3:56PM
Can't recall seeing an image on ePz before of one with wings extended - very well done.
rontear Plus
17 23 9 England
10 May 2020 4:27PM
Excellent Kate, my award.
Ron
pamelajean Plus
15 1.5k 2201 United Kingdom
10 May 2020 5:10PM
It's interesting what Malc says. Personally, I have seen images of the ladybird in flight, and remember one by bricurtis HERE , and it's interesting that he says he was taking pictures of the ladybird when it suddenly flew off.
Though you say your shot wasn't by design, it's a good one with some fine definition, and movement in the wing is only to be expected. Well done. And please accept my Guest Editor Award for such an unusual image, albeit serendipitous.
michaelo Plus
14 15 1 United Kingdom
10 May 2020 5:52PM
Stunning capture!!!
Kako 14 170
10 May 2020 6:06PM
Brilliant Shot.
bricurtis Plus
15 2.4k 51 England
10 May 2020 6:36PM
10 May 2020 7:50PM
First class, Dave.
Excellent timing

David
10 May 2020 8:36PM
Super shot.
Umberto.
cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
10 May 2020 10:12PM
Hello again and thank you all! Thank you too to Pamela, Keith, Ron, Michaelo, David and Umberto for your awards - all very much appreciated.

Fortunately I remember precisely where I saw this Ladybird and there were quite a few in that spot so next time I'm out for a walk I shall go and take another look.

Interesting to see your image Bri - I might try your approach next time ie 7fps or thereabouts. Now all I have to do is remember!
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 18 Canada
10 May 2020 10:54PM
That really is amazing to capture this with such good detail.
10 May 2020 11:58PM
Excellent shot, fantastic timing, well done

Pete
sparrowhawk Plus
12 282 2 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2020 1:33PM
superb shot
cattyal Plus
15 9.2k 6 England
23 Jun 2020 1:53PM
A belated thanks again everyone Smile I went Ladybird hunting again shortly after uploading this but didn't find anything exciting going on.

I've been along the bridle path quite a few times during these last few months and I'm tempted to say I find more variety within my little garden though of course enjoy the walks!

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