- zumoduvas (2535)
- [2007-01-23 7:54]
Excellent picture, very good details an colors.
- jeanpaul (14962)
- [2007-01-23 8:26]
Magnifique photo de ce joli macro de ce beau papillon! Les couleurs et la composition sont superbes. La netteté est parfaite.
Merci de partager!
Bravo et au revoir....JP
- red45 (31094)
- [2007-01-23 8:47]
I think you have no reasons to worry - your photos from S2 looks very good! I love this butterfly. Great two colours composition, details and frame. Very interesting and rare insect.
I use manual settings in my Canon only. Supermacro mode or maximum zoom for butterflies. And don't forget about my macro lens - Raynox 250, I recommend it! It's quite cheap but makes wonders in macrophotography!
hello Mahesh i hve try any information about this butterfly on web and i think is not doleschallia Bisaltide but one Junonia Iphita/chocolate Pansy present all india and southeast asia Ref :
www.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/insecta/lepidoptera/ditrysia/papilionoidea/nymphalidae/nymhalinae/doleschallia/index.htm for doleschallia specie and same word .../nyphalinae/junonia/index.htm for Junonia specie..You can look any voucher butterfly. So nice pic, and good composition, congrétulation. Dany
Excellent sharp portrait of this nymphalid. I'm afraid the ID is incorrect though. This is not a leaf butterfly of any kind.
In fact it looks like Junonia (Precis) iphita, the Chocolate Pansy.
Though I think the frame is a bit heavy, this is otherwise a fine presentation.
TFS and best wishes, Ivan
- Maite (5199)
- [2007-01-23 10:19]
A lucky occasion for a wonderful capture and you did it very well! The butterfly is really beautifull, but I agree with Argus that it is Junonia iphita.
An excellent shot.
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2007-01-23 10:53]
I am not very sure about the ID of the species, but it is a wonderful capture from an ideal point of view. With its slightly tatty wings spread wide, it gives a perfect view of the colours and patterns on them.
Well done and thanks for sharing the image.
- uleko (10940)
- [2007-01-23 10:59]
Excellent shot of this beautiful rarely seen butterfly. Sharp details, good light and very nice colours against the green background. Personally I am not keen on fancy frames as I think they destract from the subject photographed.
Many thanks, Ulla
you show a well-focused and nice picture of
- Junonia iphita
- family: Nymphalidae
I like that the butterfly has slightly worn wings and is not so perfect.
Junonia iphita shows several well differentiated forms so that one thinks of different species.
Best wishes, Peter
- fiyo (15161)
- [2007-01-23 12:53]
very nice capture with a superb composition
Superb detail, and excellent bright colours. TFS
- glazzaro (4605)
- [2007-01-23 15:35]
Nice full frame shot, good detail.