in the reed..

Posted by
Thea (Leeuwarden, Netherlands) on 18 November 2009 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

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Anina from Auckland, New Zealand

Lovely macro shot, Thea. Great tones and detail. I love the dof and bokeh. Well done

18 Nov 2009 7:19am

@Anina: Thank you!

Veronique from Sarrouilles, France

...what is it ??

18 Nov 2009 7:30am

@Veronique: I think it is a pop,from a butterfly..

mayoline from Hoorn, Netherlands

Goedemorgen Thea,
Wat hebben we hier, is het iets wat zich aan het verpoppen is? Of is het al heel lang dood? Je hebt mij weer een raadsel voorgezet. T is scherp en het heeft een mooi licht, dat weer wel.
Fijne dag, Marjolein

18 Nov 2009 7:43am

@mayoline: Hallo!..Ik denk dat het een pop wás..een paar weken terug gefotografeerd.
Ik denk niet dat er nu nog dingen ontpoppen?
Bedankt! en groeten!

Nazzareno from Rome, Italy

A very intimate shot.

18 Nov 2009 8:08am

thami from Morocco

Surprenant et indéfinissable, cette masse noire et gluante!?
Bonne journée lumineuse!

18 Nov 2009 8:14am

k@ from Paris, France

Very particular tones here, love that gray-mauve bokeh and the surprising find you share here again !

18 Nov 2009 9:15am

@k@: Thank you very much!

Marleen from Doesburg, Netherlands

Intrigerend beeld....dacht aan een modderklodder, maar begrijp dat het misschien een soort pop was....:-0
Erg mooi vastgelegd!

18 Nov 2009 9:36am

@Marleen: Dank je wel! en nee!! het is absoluut geen modderklodder..

Dilwenn from Bordeaux, France

Étrange, étrange!!!
Merci de ta visite ;)

18 Nov 2009 1:35pm

@Dilwenn: Merci beaucoup! (vous aussi)

bigezbear from New Orleans, United States

Beautiful once again.

18 Nov 2009 2:58pm

Nance E from Cary, United States

Another very interesting and beautiful shot from you.

18 Nov 2009 5:08pm

@Nance E: Thank you very much!

Marie-Jezaria from Paris, France

The time of the metamorphose..
Great shot of a natural evolution... and a butterfly is born ! :-)

18 Nov 2009 5:10pm

Marilla from Turku, Finland

This plant is not at its best any more, that's for sure... The bokeh is beautiful, full with little lightballs!

18 Nov 2009 5:50pm

@Marilla: Thank you..(it is more the remains of in wich a butterfly grows).

Christel from Köln, Germany

Good evening, Thea
I also think that it is the pupa of a butterfly. Such natural moments fall on only if you carefully go through the countryside. This Macro pleases me very well. Dear greetings Christel

18 Nov 2009 7:40pm

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

I enjoy your shots because there is always something to figure out!

18 Nov 2009 9:27pm

@Earnest: Thank you! :)

Mirza Ahmad from Thames Ditton, United Kingdom

Nice macro, the mundane made interesting.

18 Nov 2009 11:29pm

Mascha from Kootstertille, Netherlands

Intressant, het lijkt wel een soort vleermuis als je de foto kantelt!
Gr.Mascha

19 Nov 2009 7:13am

daniela scharnowski from Berlin, Germany

what have we got here?! This looks really weird - like mold on a spiders coccoon... good capture!

19 Nov 2009 11:00am