A not too large grasshopper, a nice shiny one at that which I didn't quite experience before. As far as I can tell, it is a Chrysochraontini subspecie, by my Hungarian handbook I would be able to pinpoint which, but I have no resources to track this back in English. These types of photos are not easy to make, requiring some external surface for determining focal length, then carefully pushing the camera in the grass, close enough to get a good photo without either the camera shadowing the subject, or the subject deciding he wouldn't pose for it.

Referred artworks

  • Northern Hungary, 2015


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