Thursday, December 14, 2006

Golden Flickers

Its amazing how much detail a common butterfly has in its face when you look hard enough.
Nikon D50, Apeture Priority, F36, Tamron 90mm Macro + 36mm extension. Flash: Nikon R1C1 TTL x2

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Heya Goof :)
The pics are amazing, I've been looking at them for a while and as silly as this might sound you always manage capture seemingly normal, everyday little creatures in the most amazing, unusual way - I love looking at them!!
Natt :)

Badala said...

All your photographs are fantastic.
I love them.

Laurie said...

Beautiful details in this macro shot for sure.

david kleinert said...

Awesome close-up Jeremy! Thanks for all your recent comments at my blog also - I have had a bit of trouble leaving comments on your site? blogger must be down a bit?

Anonymous said...

Very nice work. To be able to get so close and reveal such detail is awesome. Thanks for all your recent comments on my blog aswell.

david said...

amazing shot - there's so much detail, i could look at it for hours!

Shazeen Samad said...

Beautiful shot ....

Craig said...

Love the detail and colour, good work!

Shailja said...

That is one close close-up! I wouldnt have thought that this is a butterfly - now I know :)

Fia said...

IIIck.....You have captured some of my worst nightmares :)
Exept for that its beautiful.....I guiess I have to look beound ther evil mind :)) See ya!!

Ashish Sidapara said...

Stunning details, you have great macro shots!
Thanks for stopping by :)

Luis Violante said...

That's true. But it's true for all small animals. It's amazing what we can see when we take macros :)

Corinne said...

Stunning macros! I like how you retain good colour as well as sharp detail. Nice work :).

PUER-atelier said...

all of us are surprises by these picks but also about insects: what we have in commom and what differences...these eyes full of million eyes inside...

http://www.fotolog.com/pueratelier