Grass Hopper

© GURDAS DUA

Grass Hopper

Uploaded: June 19, 2005 10:39:08

Description

aperture f/29, shutter1/125 Sec., lens Nikon 24-85 (80MM),

Comments

Kevin Burns June 19, 2005

perfect image very sharp and the light is dead on.

The true name of this bug slipped my mind, but......"this is a grasshopper"? I thought they where called something else.
Anyways, well done!! #265757

Susan L. Vasquez June 19, 2005

Actually that is a Preying Mantis. Lovely shot too, great clarity and good lighting. Very nice job Gurdas! #1489306

GURDAS DUA June 20, 2005

Thanks to Susan for suggesting the correct name " Preying Mantis".
Gurdas Dua. #1490902

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