I see you!
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|For those who have gone to Central Ameria, many would have seen this butterfly, called Owl eye. The back of it is a bright blue, and they can get up to the size of your hands.|
I took this photo from a distance and the original is of the whole butterfly with a bit of background, but I thought the wings look took cool to not show the detail of it. Thus I cropped it tight. (and hense, it's not as crisp as I'd like.)
I don't actually take a lot of photos of flora and fauna and am not equiped for it. I'm lucky that this kind of butterfly stays still long enough!
I thought i'd share it with you as my debut on TrekNature.
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Very artistic and unusual. I think the reason this hasn't been critiqued is because its out of the ordinary for the Treknature but don't let that slow you down. You have a unique style and that's what makes an artist!
Ciao Natasha, a great welcome on TN, original and beautiful macro with a detail of butterfly, superb composition with excellent sharpness and splendid focus, very well done, ciao Silvio