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|What do you call that "tongue" of the butterfly? It's so fast in winding and unwinding it when it sip the nectar of a flower. Luckily, I caught it in the middle of unwinding. Notice the motion blurr of the spiral even at 1/200 secs. shutter speed.|
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I am not sure about the correct name, however, the image is superb. I love the colours and the contrast between the yellow and blue.
Very nice macro!
TFS - Shir
- [2006-04-24 3:38]
Perfect macro. Great colours and awesome detail. Perfect POF.
The tounge is called as "probosis",A good shot with a beautiful perspective, but i feel the picture is overexposed a bit and a little PP is required.
Fantastic close up Rey.
Brilliant colours fit me first then the detail takes over. Great composition, regards
- [2006-04-24 9:11]
Fantastic! Congratulations on this great capture. Very good play of colors. I like it.
Excellent work Rey. Regards, Krzysztof.
This is a masterpiece of an image, Rey.
The way you have captured the spiral leaves one tongue-tied.
A rare creation for which you deserve all the credit.