Common Pierrots - Mating
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Common Pierrotis a small butterfly found in India that belongs to the Lycaenids or Blues family. The female is Similar to the male but with the black markings on the upper and under sides broader. In India the butterfly is found in peninsular India south of the outer ranges of the Himalayas, except in desert tracts; East India; the North West Himalayas; Assam. The butterfly is also found in the Andaman Islands and South Nicobar Islands.|
This was taken using a tripod, for support. Full frame image .
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- [2011-03-18 4:07]
What a beautiful moment and what a fantastic pic my friend! A great gift for all the butterflies fans of treknature like me.Very impressive quality whit the best white balance,sharpenss and details.Thanks for share,have a nice day,Luciano
What a fabulous and unique image of these two Common Pierrotis butterfly's mating,
You have shown us some magical skills in the art of photography here, and what i mean by that is.
The awesome amount of depth of field and sharpness you have displayed, with your Nikkor 18-105mm lens,
I love the composition of the butterfly's, and what's surely taken in their natural habitat,
Top-Draw stuff here and TFS,
A very nice scene you have here. If any comments I would lighten it up a little bit in post processing , otherwise I think it is a great shot
- [2011-03-19 5:46]
Well seen and photographed good colours and details.