Peacock Butterfly Chrysalis
- deblink (1258)
- [2007-06-15 19:09]
Not very comfortable images to capture an image. However this is great. It would be wonderful to follow its progress. Well seen and captured, great quality and colours.
- Bratman (780)
- [2007-06-15 19:22]
Well found Rob. The image is nice and clear with good detail. Kudos for including the food plant which is important to keep the wild look and preserve authenticity. Best, Brat.
This is an exceptional macro photo. The exposure and DOF are amazing. Beautiful rich colors against a very pleasing green background. The details are outstanding.
I used NeatImage to filter noise and sharpen a bit. The results show just how amazing this photo is, but I cannot add workshop tonight. (I have reached daily limit).
- cataclysta (5666)
- [2007-06-16 4:21]
Intereting presentation. Common on treknature but as an adult. I have never seen the chrysalis on treknature. Nice sharp image. I think that you could work more on the composition. The object wasnt on the move and it was posible to find better POV and compopsition
This looks great Robb.
Plenty of interesting detail and good colour here.
The composition is fine, but I might have plucked that bright wee stick below it.
- dB_grafix (3019)
- [2007-06-20 3:33]
This is something I would not normally search for in my treks, but seeing this macro, and how interesting the details are, I should keep my eyes more open.Light was sure in your favour.
Seems like a good combination with that lens.
- julian (605)
- [2007-07-02 15:01]
fantastic pupa isn't it? Very well saturated and nicely detailed.Imho looks very much more like a Small Tortoiseshell pupa.