this is very nice image and it looks like indian cupid (blue family). good composition and focus, very neat and lovely background. good many details will make to easier for ID. good work. TFS.
Well composed picture.I like the defused back ground which highlights the pic. TFS.
Hello Pushpinder and welcome among TN members!
I do not know the species name of this species, but I am sure this is a member of family Lycaenidae.
Best regards from Poland!
Plains Cupid (Chilades pandava) perhaps. Lovely picture. TFS.
very nice close-up shot of plains cupid,perfect lighting and focusing,very good bg,
Nirmal is correct about the ID of your butterfy, Pushpinder.
Very crisp, sharp and colourful image of this small butterfly.
Well done and TFS.
- joey (24909)
- [2008-06-27 1:05]
lovely shot of this beautiful butterfly :-)
Great composition and POV.
I love the streaked BG.
- gannu (14761)
- [2008-06-27 1:50]
Nirmal is right. You can see them here. http://indiabutterflies.tripod.com/moths/index.html (couresy ram sir). nice shot. Ganesh
- marhowie (486)
- [2008-06-27 15:02]
It's a great shot my friend.
The fact is I just don't have the darn time lately to do this as I would like to. So I will not post for awhile..
Time for a vacation :)
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2008-06-28 6:10]
a very nice close-up shot, with good sharpness and details.
The colours are lovley and the POV are also nice.
And the butterfly standout well from the BG.
About the composition; I prefer some more space down,
maybe a portrait mode would improved it.
- bneloy (322)
- [2008-07-01 7:48]
This is one of my fav from you. Brilliant shot and compo.