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Elephant Hawk moth JR

This is the follow on shot from yesterdays upload of the elephant hawk moth caterpiller.

Comments are most welcome and thanks for taking a look.


100mm macro with flash
iso 100
remote shutter

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: heatherb, perfectdark, markharrop and 19 more

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markharrop 13 191 England
12 Aug 2005 10:39AM
What an odd looking fellow. Great capture, the larger shot shows some good details.


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firzhugh 13 13 New Zealand
12 Aug 2005 10:42AM
great close up. good detail
acbeat 12 14 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2005 10:47AM
Ha it was,nt a seal!!lol well done .andy b
cattyal Plus
12 8.4k 6 England
12 Aug 2005 11:54AM
Another good shot - almost cute in fact

pcjackso Junior Member 12 7
12 Aug 2005 12:08PM
Super close up shot.
clive burrow 13 71 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2005 12:18PM
Never seen one of these as a caterpillar before. I was lucky enough to take some shots of one of these as Moths a few weeks ago (there's one in my PF).

dark_lord Plus
14 2.1k 525 England
12 Aug 2005 1:37PM
Good shot, the markings are very clear, and it looks great with just the simple leaf background.
12 Aug 2005 4:32PM
exellent detail the larger version a must hav'nt seen one of these for years.
Ade_Osman 14 4.5k 36 England
13 Aug 2005 2:02AM
This really is a strange looking creature, perfectly captured again Luke!

Maddie 12 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2005 11:27AM
good detailled shot luke
sandyb 13 34 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2005 11:35PM
Superb detail and colours.Great capture, good composition sandyb
justin c 14 4.9k 36 England
14 Aug 2005 4:51AM
Impressive looking creature and nicely captured.

glazzaro 13 70 23 United States
14 Aug 2005 5:26AM
You have taken this creatures shot in the best possible light, making him look handsome! Wink Spot on! Click!!!


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