Cute little long-horned grasshopper
- Hil (5035)
- [2006-08-27 11:52]
Great shot and very artistic, I think you have to see it this size to get the full effect. The detail is great and the colours are lovely with a excellent blurry BG.
Regards Hilary :)
- Artur (1102)
- [2006-08-27 12:05]
excellent shot but ID to species level will be very difficult
all I can say: it's a juvenile katydid (Tettigoniidae), perhaps a cone head (Conocephalinae)
just wait a few weeks and take a picture of an adult ! :))
- claudine (0)
- [2006-08-27 12:15]
I don't know its ID but I think she is very cute indeed. Lightning, composition and POV are great. I love those details and colors. TFS,
- koleta (106)
- [2006-08-27 13:02]
great compo, very good details, sharpness and saturation, well done, great photo :)
- jmp (8413)
- [2006-08-27 13:24]
What an small and rare grasshopper! Lovely animal and very good composition and bg.
TFS, José M.
- pablominto (14563)
- [2006-08-27 14:04]
Oh yeah, he's cute all right!
Never seen, this is a first time and very pleasant indeed...
You are very good at finding interesting subjects for us in the rain forest of Central Thailand!
Thanks & Greetings,
- batu (16383)
- [2006-08-27 14:55]
a nice picture of this tiny and fragile grasshopper. It looks rather lost in the 'universe'. Nice composition.
- hester (11638)
- [2006-08-27 15:02]
Very cute. Nice composition and excellent colours. Really interesting to see
- wishnugaruda (19361)
- [2006-08-27 15:38]
Hahaha, that's soooo cute, Jitti,
I love it - is it realy a grasshopper? I have never seen a red one. Also the drops are beautiful here, thanks
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2006-08-27 16:33]
Sorry No help with the ID, but I love the shot. He is a tiny but very colorful little guy. The composition and framing look great. Excellent color saturation with nice detail.
Very interesting looking fellow.
- jeanpaul (14962)
- [2006-08-27 16:49]
Tu nous envoies encore une merveilleuse photo en macro de toute beautée.Les couleurs ainsi que les teintes sont d'une grande beautées, même chose pour la composition et le BG
Bravo pour cette belle présentation...JP
- SkyF (8073)
- [2006-08-27 17:37]
wonderful composition, I like the diagonal line across this photo very much. Nice OOF BG lets the main subject stand out very well. Great contrasting colors and lovely detail.
Very well done.
- pilonm (3305)
- [2006-08-28 7:06]
What a wonderful picture and a superb composition you are offering us here! The twig cannot be more horizontal! The bg is great and enhanced very well the picture! Look at those antennas for a so small grasshopper! Excellent job and TFS,
- Graal (5100)
- [2006-08-28 8:58]
great macro, beautiful colours and DOF. Unusual insect. Good composition. I like it.
- RAP (7405)
- [2006-08-28 9:33]
Diminuta, bella y contrastante langosta, con excelente nitidez y colorido.
Una bella y estética composición con perfecto DOF y POV, además de un fondo muy adecuado.
Tiny, beautiful and contrasting grasshopper, with excellent sharpness and coloring.
Beautiful and aesthetic composition with perfect DOF and POV, besides a very appropriate bottom.
Probably you've found a new grasshopper... Anyway it's an interestig creature. I just wander how it can jump with so big antenae?!
I see that beneath the leaf are some eggs, aren't they?
- elefantino (14406)
- [2006-08-28 12:02]
Hello, great compo with interesting POV.
Colors and details are good.
- valy67 (9219)
- [2006-08-29 5:32]
Hi Jitti !
I have never seen a red grasshopper before, and it looks so tiny ! And it is a cute little thing. Excellent details and beautiful colors, I love the contrast between the red insect and the green BG. Outstanding composition, POV and DOF. Very well done !
- osse (7805)
- [2006-08-31 12:32]
Wow great shot. Great composition. Good colours, sharpnes, details and POV.
Well done my friend
- puciu (2615)
- [2006-10-18 15:31]
Super zdjêcie. Dobry kadr i fantastyczne t³o. Dobrze zrobione.
- cicindela (9226)
- [2007-06-16 6:07]
The picture is fantastic! I like a lot great vivid colours of this small larva of Orthoptera species (it would be really nice to know what species it is :>). Bravo also for the composition - it is simple great. POV and DOF are also very good.
The only thing I would like to change is to reduce a little noises :)
Anyway, very beautyful presentation!
Greetings from rainy Lodz!
- rubyfantacy (2627)
- [2011-12-30 7:13]
such a nice photograph. the framing is too good. Peter (batu) is quite correct. it really looks lost in the universe! :)
well but, this is not a grasshopper, it's a bush-cricket nymph. both grasshoppers and crickets belong to the same order: Orthoptera, but they are quite different in structure and behaviour.
the adults are green-brown in colour.
the ID of this species is 'Conocephalus Melas'. they are from 'Tettigoniidae' family.