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Dying Flower by cdrose202

Dying Flower

A well thought out image - you've caught it brilliantly, I like the dark background. A few tweaks in post processing would remove the slightly 'blue' cast and really make the pages and colours of the flower shine out! Smile

By: cdrose202

Peacock by Alan_Baseley

Peacock

Gorgeous colours and details - having only one 'eye' on the lower wings gives the impression it was 'winking' at you! Smile

By: Alan_Baseley

Peacock 2 by astonm

Peacock 2

A lovely image - there seem to be a lot around here at the moment, quite difficult to capture when the wind is blowing though!

By: astonm

Humming-Bird-Hawk Moth by Kingfisher8

Humming-Bird-Hawk Moth

Brilliantly caught - I love the colours you've captured!

By: Kingfisher8

Common Darter by Danny1970

Common Darter

Beautifully caught - the colours and details are spot on! Smile

By: Danny1970

trapped dolls tortured souls by 11rsims

trapped dolls tortured souls

Sorry to hear you've been poorly, hope you are feeling all better now!

Another quite creepy image (brilliant in black and white)............your poor doll, she seems quite happy to pose for you though! Smile

By: 11rsims

I've seen some at last by netta1234

I've seen some at last

A beautifully caught Gatekeeper!

Keep looking Netta, they're out there! Smile

By: netta1234

Natural Spiral by trihelm

Natural Spiral

Beautifully caught, very 'arty'! Smile

By: trihelm

Hi There..... by MD2009

Hi There.....

I'm sure I can see it smiling!

By: MD2009

Beauty and the beast by Shedboy

Beauty and the beast

Two lovely images. You've caught the caterpillar brilliantly, it's not often we see them out in the open like this!

By: Shedboy

Red Squirrel by max_e

Red Squirrel

Beautifully caught, obviously it was curious as to what you were doing! Smile

By: max_e

Oxford Island Jetti by Vicky_Hunter

Oxford Island Jetti

I really like the format you've chosen, perfect for the scene - I also like the composition. Brilliantly seen and beautifully caught.

It does look rather 'blue' though, is this because of post processing? (Is this the effect you were after?). Smile

By: Vicky_Hunter

Curlew by KarenFB

Curlew

Thanks everyone! Smile


Quote: There's a new British invention called a 'bus'.

Lol. Yes, and a train kept passing us every 5 minutes or so - but we like walking (especially my 11 year old grandson..............who was stilling running around by the time we got back to the car!!). The walk is right beside the Exe Estuary, lots to see!

By: KarenFB

Hoverfly's Face by Mazakeen

Hoverfly's Face

Can't get much closer then this - brilliant details!

By: Mazakeen

Female Broad-bodied Chaser by BydoR9

Female Broad-bodied Chaser

Stunning details - brilliantly caught!

By: BydoR9

Chalkhill blues by dave1967

Chalkhill blues

I can never get enough of these tiny little butterflies, such wonderful colours and details!

By: dave1967

Female Chalkhill Blue by ali63

Female Chalkhill Blue

A gorgeous capture, lovely details!

By: ali63

Pollinating by cdrose202

Pollinating

Well spotted and caught - it's amazing how they can squeeze themselves down to the bottom of the flower, you caught its little bum beautifully! A way of getting closer would be to crop the image, here I may have cropped both left and right. I really like the colours and markings you've captured on the actual flower.

By: cdrose202

Moth by mplayfoot

Moth

This is the Small Elephant Hawk Moth - such pretty colours! Well caught.

By: mplayfoot

DSC_0065 by mcrumb

DSC_0065

Hi, welcome to EPZ! Smile

A lovely image to start off your portfolio, I love the colours you've caught - that cloud bank looks quite threatening!

I hope you enjoy your time with us, if you have any problems or questions don't be afraid to ask - we're a helpful lot and someone on here will know the answer! I'm looking forward to seeing more of your work. Smile

By: mcrumb

Boo by civitas

Boo

It looks quite lost in amongst all that yellow! I really do like the impression of how small it is!

By: civitas

Washed with silver - fritillary by HobbitDave

Washed with silver - fritillary

A gorgeous capture.

I have one (yes, just one) which flutters around the huge buddleia bush at the bottom of the yard - I know it's the same one because there is a huge chunk missing from its rear wing!

By: HobbitDave

L'Echamel 2 by Georgerees123

L'Echamel 2

I really like the format you've chosen and the way the 'path' leads us in.

But, for me personally, the colours are just a little over the top (obviously, if this is what you were aiming for, then for you it's perfect). Smile

By: Georgerees123

Lilly Pads in the Lake by Vicky_Hunter

Lilly Pads in the Lake

Hi Vicky, welcome to EPZ! Smile

You've caught the tranquility of this gorgeous scene brilliantly - what a wonderful place to spend a few hours!

I hope you enjoy your time with us, if you have any problems or queries don't be afraid to ask, someone on here will know the answer! Smile

By: Vicky_Hunter

Harvestman by Paul_Iddon

Harvestman

A brilliant close up, lots of gorgeous details!

By: Paul_Iddon

Knapweed Fritillary on Mallow by Mike_Young

Knapweed Fritillary on Mallow

A little blue eyed beauty, brilliantly caught!

By: Mike_Young

Making Honey by jasonrwl

Making Honey

Brilliantly caught, not the easiest of subjects!

By: jasonrwl

Jump by RLB

Jump

A beautifully composed image (the bug is a Speckled Bush Cricket (female)). I love the colours and details! Smile

By: RLB

The Usual Suspects by cyrilsquirrel

The Usual Suspects

A brilliant image - gave me a smile!............The guy on the far left (wearing sunglasses) looks guilty! Wink

By: cyrilsquirrel

Beetle in book by jbsaladino

Beetle in book

A gorgeous Chafer, wonderful details!

By: jbsaladino