000000 0A1A2A 153159 3F3A34 83797A A29FB0 AF9A85 FAE4CD

Share this photo on Twitter Share this photo on Facebook

Tranquility and Impending Itching (Water part 2)

Posted by
Jason Kravitz (Brussels, Belgium) on 2 May 2007 in Landscape & Rural.

boating through a web of moth like creatures

Canon EOS 20D 1/1000 second F/5.6 ISO 400 148 mm

All images copyright Jason Kravitz 2004-2020 - All Rights Reserved

Thank you to those who take the time to share your thoughts and comments.
Please do not use any words or photos on this site without explicit permission.

"Be infinitely flexible and constantly amazed"

Kheoh Yee Wei from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Nice composition! someone gonna get stung eh ^^

2 May 2007 6:51am

Manuela Photography from Hainburg, Germany

Great composition Jason!

2 May 2007 7:48am

Yvon from Meerkerk, Netherlands

Like your view through all the flying insects. I get itchy if I look at it long.

2 May 2007 8:37am

Stu from Kyoto, Japan

Wonder what they eat when they don't have photographers!? I'm scratching already. Apart from those bugs it's an idylic scene, and with that backdrop it's a perfect addition to the water theme.

2 May 2007 8:50am

Jerry from Tampa, United States

Magical capture Jason! Great eye!

2 May 2007 9:01am

Jen from Jessup, United States

I'm swatting them away as I type LOL!
Wonderful composition, great addition to the theme!!!

2 May 2007 10:23am

Laurie from New Jersey, United States

Are these like the ones that you end up walking through and they get in your mouth, nose, and hair? Ugh I hate those!

Great photo though to be sure.

2 May 2007 11:06am

Helen from Melbourne, Australia

What an amazing photo! I am very impressed.

2 May 2007 11:50am

Alfredo J. Martiz J. from Tokyo, Japan

Nice composition, great shot Jason!

2 May 2007 11:56am

craiger from Vacaville, United States

Haha! Made me laugh! Thanks for that! Great capture!

2 May 2007 1:23pm

Daniel from Olympia, United States

LOL!

2 May 2007 2:01pm

Daroru from Amagasaki, Japan

Eeew!

2 May 2007 2:25pm

Srinivas Koduri from Wheeling, United States

wonderfully done jason. made me first think that it is pollen and stuff falling off the tree. nice addition to the theme.

2 May 2007 2:52pm

Duncan Galbraith from Kyoto, Japan

yup...youve got me itching now too. Great focal point, really spins the scene on its head.

2 May 2007 3:33pm

Ken McCoy from Orlando-Daytona Beach, FL, United States

I'm scratching already :)

2 May 2007 3:35pm

Soodabeh from Yazd, Iran

nice focus on insects made a blured background! So nice moment and good idea for theme!

2 May 2007 4:39pm

Shuva from Hyderabad, India

ha! very very nice.

2 May 2007 5:02pm

Sylvia Van Nooten from Milano, Italy

I like the insects, very delicate contrast to figures on water---lovely, 'layered' composition indeed. I got sweaty palms and sore shoulders looking at the rowers!

2 May 2007 5:19pm

badala from Leiria, Portugal

I love this picture!!! love the silhouette effects.

2 May 2007 5:52pm

Zing from Hamilton, New Zealand

Haha...Great capture!

2 May 2007 7:05pm

Angry Buddha from United States

I just took my daughter for a walk by the canal by us, and she was freaking out about all of the bugs. Great shot.

2 May 2007 7:31pm

filipe franco from Lagoa, Azores, Portugal

A beautiful wor of better than I have been seeing recently .... very well!!!

2 May 2007 8:59pm

Nick Passantino from Bronx, United States

I can hear the bugs buzzing by.. Great shot and focal point

2 May 2007 10:36pm

basfalcon from wales, United Kingdom

fabulous framing--great take on the theme--basfalcon

2 May 2007 11:41pm

Abdul Hakim from BDR Baru Bangi, Malaysia

nice capture

3 May 2007 11:53am

Damon Schreiber from Toronto, Canada

This is really lovely. It reminds me of a painting by Georges Seurat (?), and the bugs give it a new life. Great wrok.

3 May 2007 1:47pm

Michelle from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Wonderful selective focus - quite clever.

3 May 2007 1:55pm

Damon Schreiber from Toronto, Canada

work

3 May 2007 2:40pm

Rene from Kitchener-Waterloo, Canada

thanks for the reminder of the upcoming mosquito season ...

4 May 2007 4:36am