|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
Assmann's Fritillary, Melitaea britomartis, is a butterfly in the family Nymphalidae.
It has a wide geographic range and is represented by three subspecies.
M. b. britomartis Europe including the Balkans and Italy to North Kazakhstan and Altai.
M. b. amurensis (Staudinger, 1892) Altais to Amur
M. b. latefascia (Fixsen, 1887) South Ussuri, Korea, North East China.
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An extremely sharp and crisp capture of these mating Fritillaries, Marius.
Perfect light conditions and with those camera settings, you have done wonders by obtaining a flawless picture with no sign of any noise.
I like your birds and butterflies picture very much due to such BG as well as great details and sharpness.
A beautiful species......and here a nice capture against such beautiful BG. Well details as well as sharpness. Personally I would like to see it in vertically, but it's a personal choice. Excellent work Marius.
Thanks for sharing with USEFUL note,
Regard and have a nice WE,
very nice picture with good details and beautiful colours
i like this pose
thanks gr lou
- [2015-05-29 13:03]
Hi Marius,what a lucky meeting!!!! A rare specie,and in a matng moment too! This is a great scoop,fantastic capture made with the usual top quality,i like it!! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
only two words.
For me it is every time again a pleasure to show your pictures.