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|Tawny Coster (Acraea Terpsicore) is a small butterfly of the Nymphalidae or brush footed butterfly family.|
The appearance of the wings is slightly leathery and it is found in scrub habitat. Taken on the banks of a river this specimen is resting on Parthenium hysterophorus a common invasive species of flowering plant in India.
Picture taken early morning in beautiful sunlight.
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Nice shot in the nature, although I feel the necessary post-procession wasn't done. The composition's very spectacular and the image is promising, but - in my opinion, of course - the colors are undersaturated a little and the focus is soft. Plus there's a vignette-effect (or grass-blade?) at the top right corner, which is destructing the overall view a bit also. Of course feel free to agree or disagree, but this image has much more potential than shown in this "raw", non post-processed form in my view. I hope the WS demonstrates well what I'm talking about - this superb capture deserves more than making it public in a raw form!
Best regards, László
- [2014-12-13 10:30]
Hi Himanshu,the sharpness on the top is a bit soft,but the specie is very nice and interesting,a good gift to the butterflies fans like me,i like it! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
Namaste Himanshu- Beautiful small butterfly. Once I captured this species. Quite well presented with splendid colour and atmosphere. Like Laszlo's work too. Thanks for sharing. Regards and have a nice Sunday - Srikumar
Ciao Himanshu, great macro of beautiful butterfly, wonderful colors, splendid sharpness and fine details, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio