Some kind of moth
|Copyright: Tomasz Postawa (Galax) (92)|
|Date Taken: 2004-07-05|
|Camera: Olympus C-5060WZ|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2004-11-04 15:25|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Standard, the sun was shining, 1/300 f5.6|
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Of course, it's not precisely a moth :-), but your photo shows very delicate soft colors, specially the flower graduate hues from pink to blue, a good matching background and sharp details of this butterfly. Peachy wing texture is well expressed. Your note is just a bit short, Tomasz :-)
- [2004-11-05 3:47]
Bardzo cieple, miekkie kolory. Centralny kadr w niczym nie przeszkadza, motylka ladnie rownowazy kwiat. Jak juz inni pisali wczesniej to nie cma, ale motyl, chyba z rodzaju Karliczkow.
- [2004-11-05 5:22]
Hi Tomasz, yes this is a butterfly. It's easy to tell butterflies from moths - Butterflies ahve clubbed ends to their antennae and moths do not (in general male moths have fanned antennae and females straight). Good picture of this skipper. Maybe a little too much saturation.
- [2007-10-31 11:22]
I love the vivid colors! Whatever you did with the background is perfect! I ran out of smiley faces today but will try to return later & add one.