yellow insect

Posted by DULCIE (Danville, CA, United States) on 5 June 2009 in Animal & Insect and Portfolio.

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rem_la from Villiers / Marne, France

tout en douceur !

5 Jun 2009 6:26am

@rem_la: Yes, the flower and insect both set me off in that direction. Thanks for your comment!

wendy from United States

Now I am dazzled, trying to figure out what the flower is and ASTOUNDED at the creature posed on the posey. Can it be so? You have surely been given opportunity to bless us all in tiny ways, colorful ways, details missed in a rush thru life, and in the character you display as you portray life in art or is that art is life? Wow, Dulcie, each day more bountiful. We do run out of words as you display your love daily for us. I cannot wait to take the laptop to Mom to see your treasures. She would not be so wilted with these shows...

5 Jun 2009 7:55am

@wendy: Unfortunately, I don't know the name of the flower OR the insect, which looked like a little white speck of lint to my naked eye. I just snapped away and felt inspired when I saw what nature had created. Thanks for your abundant appreciation!

zOOm from Paris, France

Nice blur, almost fairy, bug and flowers are almost translucid ! Makes me think of some microscopic rendering !

5 Jun 2009 11:29am

@zOOm: That's a nice take on it. Thanks very much!

Fliss from Melbourne Beach, United States

What a gorgeous shot...

5 Jun 2009 11:29am

@Fliss: Glad you made a comment...and now I have had the opportunity to enjoy your blog as well. Thank you.

Sarah from Switzerland

Wow! What a very mystical and fairy-like image! The colours are splendid and what detail on the insect, as well as the wee follicles on the petal and leaf. Amazing! What flower is this?

5 Jun 2009 2:15pm

@Sarah: Can't identify flower or insect---but so glad they were there when I needed them. :-)

wendy from United States

JM Barrie would have loved this for an illustration in Water Babies books. Yes, the mystical magical fairy dust style is touching my child's soul. Thank you for those who spoke those words to Dulcie re this insect. What is that flower? I am still guessing. And the creature?

5 Jun 2009 4:44pm

Cynthia from Woodinville, United States

The colors are wonderful, nice tight composition, and the blur combined with the "fuzz" on the flower and leaf are really satisfying. Marvelous!

5 Jun 2009 4:51pm

@Cynthia: And your comment is very 'satisfying' as well. Thanks so much!

Shutterbug from Chennai, India

lovely light and blur...makes it seem ethreal...

5 Jun 2009 5:01pm

@Shutterbug: Lovely remark. Thanks.

ordinaryimages from Kentucky Bluegrass, United States

One tripped out bug, these colorist interpretations work well, though "movement" is my favorite so far. best...jerry

5 Jun 2009 5:53pm

@ordinaryimages: So glad you commented, and so glad you mentioned your favorite! Thanks.

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Love the softness.

5 Jun 2009 6:34pm

@john4jack: I just got out my box of pastels and went at it! ;-)

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

Composition, color, softness... All perfect !

7 Jun 2009 10:26am

@Hiro: As is your comment! Most sincere thanks.

Devon from Los Angeles, United States

Yes it looks almost like it's on foil christmas wrap. Really interesting effect.

7 Jun 2009 6:50pm

@Devon: I guess that's GOOD thing??? ;-)

JOEMULLIGAN from micaville, nc, United States

Stunning.......again!

7 Jun 2009 8:26pm

@JOEMULLIGAN: And thank you so much for commenting........again!

k@ from Paris, France

Right out of a dream - or a fairy tale - or a fairy dream ;/

8 Jun 2009 8:47pm

NIKON D90
1/200 second
F/4.8
ISO 200
210 mm (35mm equiv.)