lady in red!
a beautiful picture of this Zygaenidae 'moth'.
The species is probably
Z. purpuralis is also possible. Both species occur in Turkey and are hardly distinguishable by their wing pattern.
- magal (1251)
- [2006-06-23 17:42]
Beautiful shot, with excellent composition and very natural colours. The moth really looks like it is rushing down the stairs,
Hi Ersin ! beautiful shot of this wonderful moth ! Sharpness, details, colors and composition are very good. Well done ! I have taken some photos of an almost identical moth some hours ago, I will post it on monday, and it is called "six-spot burnet moth", maybe yours is a closely realted species.
- liquidsunshine (5437)
- [2006-06-24 2:22]
Nice shot Ersin,
Good detail, colours and sharpness. exposure and lighting are good. Good POV and composition.
Thanks for posting, Have a great weekend.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2006-06-24 3:22]
Sorry no time,critique later...:)
lovely picture, funny story!
And an excellent capture of that lazy burnet species in action.
Looking at the information on the place the picture was taken, maybe she is not a fairy tale princess, but just a professor.
Thank you! Best regards,
- poin_45 (0)
- [2006-06-24 15:23]
Are you certain It's lady?
- marhowie (486)
- [2006-06-24 23:20]
Interesting shot Ersin. The rock appears wet, and the insect seems to be dragging a leg. Did ya hose 'em down first? ;))
Well composed with excellent color and sharp detail. Well exposed, great DOF..
Well done and TFS!
- phlr (2821)
- [2006-06-25 6:00]
Very good shot of a Zygaenidae Ersin!
I'm not sure about the exact specie.
Very good on colours and POV!
- hekcik (1827)
- [2006-06-25 15:22]
What a beautiful little "butterfly".
Very nice capture with excellent
detail and sharpness.
Very well done!