Waiting for the blade to bend,
stranded on a windblown space tower,
a beetle on the lam
moves with chaotic grace.
Nice shot … I like it
Nice work, Rick.
Nice and funny.
Terrific! You’ve captured it wonderfully.
Climb like an Egyptian. What is the chance of capturing this? Or is it your eternal patience rewarded, Rick? I think the latter. Great capture!
Homepage material. Somehow I like not knowing how Rick does it, it keeps the magic alive.
Love the detail and the bokeh!
I like your work.
Incredible! It sure captures the magic…
Surely patience and luck are factors, but you’re the artist behind it all, the most important factor.
Great shot Gandalf Rick (You sure did capture the majority of stray magic around that beetle)
Wonderful capture and words, Rick!
Just read the book with the kids… I think Rachael was most amazed by it (she’s 18 mos), but Asya thinks it is gorgeous too.
Looks like a fully equipped soldier on an important mission. Well seen and captured
Love this one
Gorgeous! He’s got his hand full with this single blade of grass! Lovely bokeh!!
Caped crusader!! Hang on friend, help is on the way!! This moment is priceless, made me laugh! And yet, still amazed by the detail. Cheers to you Rick…. D
Thanks Diane. Small battles usually pass unnoticed.
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