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|It's the first time that a butterfly gives me time to shot from different sides. And its not only a butterfly but a rare one because in the summer you can find only one or two in my village. Maybe there are more but I cant find them.|
So here is another POV of this magnificent Parnassius Apollo(Linnaeus, 1758) Papilionidae Family.
The thistles were full of butterflies from different kinds and in the right you can see the Melanargia galathea (Linnaeus, 1758)
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I really like the colors of the butterfly and the flowers. Sharp picture with nice details of the wings and abdomen. Nice picture.
Very interesting species of butterflies, Thodoris.
The picture is sharp and colourful.
I like those patterns and spots on the wings.
Well done and TFS.
Wonderful shot of this intersting scene,
Perfect details,lighting and DOF,Welldone.
Great captured on both butterflies in perfect exposure and focus!
good sharpness, vivid colour and details
- [2007-09-19 11:13]
Wonderful shot with very impressive sharpness and lovely colours. Superb lighting and the subjects stand out well from the BG. Could the BG butterfly have been shown full and not cropped? Anyway, a great shot with a even nicer POV and composition. Kudos.
- [2007-09-19 14:09]