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|In a strange occurrence this year, hundreds of Plains Cupid butterflies belonging to the family of Blues have come out together on my school campus. They were having a riot around a garden plant today morning, flying constantly and pushing and nudging each other and not allowing anyone to settle down for more than a few seconds. I somehow managed a few shots of them with my 40mm macro lens and here is one of them.|
Chilades pandava, the plains Cupid or cycad blue, is a species of lycaenid butterfly found in India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, United Arab Emirates, Indochina, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Java, Sumatra and the Philippines. They are among the few butterflies that breed on plants of the cycad class.
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- [2019-05-29 4:39]
Hi Ram,very artistic composition,some detail is lost but the light is magic,excellent exposure to create this dark background around the cupid. Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
A great pov by artwork also lights&back ground are stunning BRAVO RAM THAKUR
Une très belle composition, la lumière est particulière avec de bonnes zones sombres.
Belle mise en valeur de ce papillon et des couleurs.
Wonderful colors and composition - really makes this a remarkable view of this butterfly.
Interesting and magical composition. Nice image with a lovely specie in the spot light....