|Copyright: steven warnstaff (Wahclellaspirit)
|Date Taken: 2000-08|
|Camera: PZ 1P, Fujichrome 50 ASA|
|Exposure: f/8, 1/125 seconds|
|Details: Tripod: Yes|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-04-26 3:35|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The most common butterfly in the world is the Painted Lady. She is known to occupy many meadows of wildflowers of the Cascades during the late spring through summer months, and then she migrates south to the desert .|
I took the image with my Tmron 70-210mm F 3.5 Telephoto Lens.
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Nice POV and DOF. A little unsharp but the use of the telephoto lens was most likely the cause of that.
Good photo, regards
Good detail, colours and sharpness. exposure and lighting are good. Good POV and framing.
Thanks for posting, have a great week.
- [2006-04-28 3:47]
Wonderful photo of this beautiful Nymphalidae!
Very good POV with wings wide open!
Very good colours and details!
Very good DOF!
5* and TFS!
- [2006-04-28 5:23]
Very nice shot! Great POV, good details and nice colours.
Well done and thnaks for sharing!
This is my personal favorite of your photos. I love the colors and the way the butterfly seems to just hang in midair. Well done.