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|Loxura atymnus atymnus Stoll, 1780 – Sahyadri Yamfly|
This is not a common butterfly, mostly typically found in thick forests. With open wings one can see a beautiful Orange-Brown colour combination, of course not so common for a Lycaenidae to sit with open wings.
Picture taken under forest canopy conditions with only partial sunlit illumination of this beauty.
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A lovely image but quite dark on the top.
So, I've W/S-ed it.
Hope you don't mind.
EXCELLENT FOCUSING JOB.
Greetings from Mario in Canada.
- [2014-10-08 6:23]
This is a great scoop,a very rare lycaeneide caught in the best light and very good detail everywhere too,a great gift to the butterflies fans,i like it! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
Namaste Himanshu - Beautiful and rare species. Well captured in its natural habitat. Natural colour. Thanks for sharing. Regards - Srikumar
The colors of this butterfly are wonderful. As I see you post a splendid specie. Excellent contrast and fantastic sharpness.
Thanks for sharing!
Ciao Himanshu, great macro of fantastic rare butterfly wonderful natural colors, fine details and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- [2014-10-11 8:43]
This is a very fine capture of Sahyadri Yamfly ..
Nice colours good composition and sharpness details.
Have a nice weekend,