Fritillary on Mexican Sunflower
|Copyright: Paul Braynard (pbraynard)
|Date Taken: 2010-09-21|
|Exposure: f/6.3, 1/550 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2010-09-23 6:16|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This Gulf fritillary is enjoying a tast of Tithonia rotundiflora which is also known as Mexican Sunflower. I viewed these flowers at a community garden near where I live. I thought at first these were zinnia's, but began to have my doubts after examining my photos more closely. These flowers are a big attraction for butterflies and I hope to have some in my garden next year. |
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another great image from an flower ad butterfly.
Exellent sharpness and details.
Good blurred bg.
- [2010-09-23 10:54]
Another beautiful photo in bright saturated colours. Excellent sharpness, details and an outstanding DOF with a nice OOF BG. Butterfly and flower in a very attractive composition. The POV is also very good.
Hi again Paul,
Another beautiful and well composed capture of a fritillary. Very sharp with good color saturation, and the shallow DOF has nicely blurred the background. I like the way the flower and the fritillary are positioned in the frame, nice work.
TFS and have a nice day!
Muy buena composicion!