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|Though I have posted another picture of the same subject earlier, I am posting another one from my shoot of 2013.|
Junonia almana, the peacock pansy, is a species of nymphalid butterfly found in South Asia. It exists in two distinct adult forms, which differ chiefly in the patterns on the underside of the wings; the dry-season form has few markings, while the wet-season form has additional eyespots and lines.
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- [2017-05-06 0:06]
Hi Ram,fantastic memory from your archive,a very perfect capture of the peacock pansy in the best wings position and in the best sharpness too,well done! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
Ciao Ram, great macro of fantastic butterfly, fine details, wonderful bright colors, fine details and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
Greetings Ram Sir!!
As usual, this shot is stunning in details and composition! What I find interesting is the pebbles since I've never seen this particular butterfly on pebbles! I post on Instagram now, Sir! I do hope to see you there, as well!
- [2017-05-07 10:07]
The Peacock Butterflies always have such an array of beautiful eye spots, this one is no exception. I love its basic orange coloring edged in tan and completed with a few squiggly black and blue markings. The colorful eye markings are a real bonus to an already very attractive butterfly.
Nicely framed while displaying exceptional detail and just the right amount of exposure. I have seen a few early butterflies out and about, but haven't gotten any shots that I am pleased with as of yet.
- [2017-05-11 9:01]
Hola Ram, que belleza de mariposa, color, diseño y entorno de lo mejor, así como el gran enfoque...saludos...
A superb macro of the Pansy with vibrant colors, splendid details and sharpness.
Thanks for sharing the lovely image.