Small Alpine Xenica
- Miss_Piggy (18714)
- [2010-05-03 6:14]
The dark "autumn" colours of this Small Alpine Xenica in contrast with the "sunny" yellow flower is great and complement each other very well, and the green background highlight the beautiful features of the butterfly as well as the flower. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2010-05-03 7:33]
very nice pose of this beautiful butterfly
- lousat (65489)
- [2010-05-03 8:29]
Hi Chris,this is a great gift to a butterflies fans like me,very nice and rare specie,never seen before,excellent composition and very good sharpness and colors.Thanks for share,have a nice week,Luciano
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2010-05-03 10:23]
Ciao Chris, great macro of elegant butterfly on wonderful yellow flowers, fine details, splendid sharpness and beautiful natural colors, very well done my friend, ciao Silvio
- siggi (52850)
- [2010-05-03 13:32]
Excellent capture.POV,clarity,natural colors,DOF and composition are wonderful.
Thanks for posting.
Best regards Siggi
- Luis52 (15809)
- [2010-05-03 15:08]
Great work when You took this photo, excellent camera and lens settings.
Lovely colors on butterfly wings.
- foozi (25839)
- [2010-05-03 17:36]
dark and orangy butterfly really stands out against the dense rich green. The yellow flower too gives an additional effect to the visual presentation.The blurry blades of grass add some graphical composition.
Very nice to lok at and the presentation is so lovely,.
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2010-05-03 23:05]
Nice shot - good pov and exposure.
- albert (2971)
- [2010-05-04 6:05]
Excellent presentation of a Small Alpine Xenica very well contrasted with a flashing yellow flower, nice blurried BG too
- pilonm (3321)
- [2010-05-06 9:23]
Very well-done picture of this nice butterfly. f/13 + the fact that you were almost perpendicular to the insect make you have the whole butterfly in focus including both antennas. The light is soft and nice. Colors looks very natural. The only thing IMHO, is that I would have tried to remove (via Photoshop) the light blurred stems to the right of the insect.
I like the antennas constrating so well on the darker bg.
Good job and TFS