Beast

Uploaded: May 24, 2003

Description

The guy who ate my sunflower. Canon G2, digital at ISO 50 and f8

Comments

William C. Raco level-classic May 25, 2003

Beautiful vibrant color and sharp detail.
Even the beast looks good.
Very nicely done, Connie.


bill #36539

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe May 26, 2019

Very nice,Connie..I can't believe he ate the whole thing!!! #102855

Joy Brown May 26, 2019

Wonderful shot, Connie! You gotta forgive him - he posed for you and you got this great image! #102861

Kathleen Clemons May 26, 2019

Very nice, Connie! #102880

Shirley L. Carpenter May 26, 2019

Fantastic Job Connie......Great Image...... #102900

Murry Grigsby May 26, 2019

Excellent macro, Connie. The clarity and colors are remarkable. #102963

Darren K. Fisher level-classic May 26, 2019

Your work is always Brilliant, this image just goes to show why. You can even make a bug look beautiful. Great job Connie!!!! #102987

Ellen Peach level-classic May 26, 2019

Awesome macro, Connie, love the color! #103212

Judith G. Secco May 26, 2019

Excellent job, Connie.
Judy #103261

Connie L. Carpenter May 26, 2019

Thanks everyone... it is much appreciated... Connie #106251

Oksana Oksamit May 26, 2019

Great shot, Connie! Love it. #106268

May 26, 2019

Outstanding shot Connie, love the fact that your bug matches your flower! Excellent detail and clairity. #114535

Gail Vitikacs level-classic July 13, 2006

Just discovered this beauty...and I have to say...it is fantastic!!! Your gallery is wonderful! #3023442

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