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Catterpillar

Catterpillar
Copyright ©2005, Fonzy -
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Photographer: Fonzy -
Folder: My Macro 2006
Uploaded: 01-Sep-2005 14:33 CEST
Current Rating: 8.00/4
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Camera: Olympus E300
Exposure time: 1/100
Aperture: 9
Focal length: 50mm
Lens: ZD50mm
Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 100
White balance: Clouds
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Cropped
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Image resized to: 644x1000

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This is a very nice shot. sharp, good color : I think it is one of the best macro of your collection!

Sergio Di Giovanni at 19:28 CEST on 01-Sep-2005 [Reply]

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Thanks Adrie for the comment,
I took the picture from this Catterpillar in my garden.
I am not so happy with them because they eat a lot off leaves .
Found out on the web that this kind becomes a Moth and not a Butterfly.
Best regards,

Fonzy - at 19:28 CEST on 01-Sep-2005 [Reply]

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Thank you very much Sergio ,
As I said to Adrie, the Catterpiller is eating all the leaves.
I will allow them because they make beautiful pictures.

Best regards,

Fonzy - at 19:33 CEST on 01-Sep-2005 [Reply]

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Nice one Fons....very sharp, colourful and clear

Bevellee Bryceson at 00:11 CEST on 02-Sep-2005 [Reply]

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Thanks Bevellee ,

Now we have to wait untill he/she is turning in to a Moth.
When the transition is done into a moth I hope to see the same colours again....

Best regards,

Fonzy - at 09:48 CEST on 02-Sep-2005 [Reply]

Wapendrager

Nice shot of the ''Wapendrager"> dutch name)

The blur red diagonal line upper right side is quite distracting off the photo.
Always Try to get a clean view.
Greetings Fillip.

Fillip ter Haar at 18:04 CEST on 02-Sep-2005 [Reply]

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This is the moth taht will come after the transformation..:



Thanks to Fillip I know the name off the catterpiller.
Thanks Fillip,
The red blur diagonal is a twig from the tree the catterpiller staid in, shooting the catterpillar was easy , seeing the twig not.....

Fonzy - at 18:31 CEST on 02-Sep-2005 [Reply]

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> Nice shot of the ''Wapendrager"> dutch name

Thanks Fillip

The blur red diagonal line upper right is a twig, I did not see it when I took the picture.
I noticed that is was there , but I did not find it distracting from the total view.
When I have an other change I try to make a new "Clean shot "....

Anyway thanks for the name , I added an picture to it from the Moth that will sow up after the transformation..

Best regards,

Fonzy - at 18:41 CEST on 02-Sep-2005 [Reply]

extra picture

Adrie Hubregtsen wrote:

> Wow Fons, this is an amazing shot , ferry sharp and ferry colourful, did you make this picture
> in your garden, I really want to no watt kind of butterfly this caterpillar turn in to.

Adrie dit is de vlinder , eigenlijk een mot die na de transformatie te voor schijn komt .
Kijk even op :

http://myolympus.org/document.php?id=3580#

vr.gr.

Fonzy - at 20:58 CEST on 02-Sep-2005 [Reply]

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Fons van Swaal wrote:
This is the moth that will come after the transformation..:


Fonzy - at 22:03 CEST on 14-Sep-2005 [Reply]

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Fons van Swaal wrote:

This is the moth that will come after the transformation..:


Fonzy - at 22:04 CEST on 14-Sep-2005 [Reply]

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Sure very very sharp with good details & colours. Nice curve formation as well. Great Macro.

SP Chua at 01:46 CET on 18-Mar-2007 [Reply]

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Thank you very much for looking through my images.
This one taken in 2005 is a while ago again , never seen these Caterpillars back, to bad...;-((
Well you never know....maybe they show up ones every two years, so maybe in Aug/Sept I have to be on the look-out again.


Best regards,

Fonzy - at 10:44 CET on 18-Mar-2007 [Reply]