- netfalls (0)
- [2005-05-13 17:28]
Very nice shot, beautiful vivid colours and very good POV.
- mogens-j (20)
- [2005-05-13 17:52]
Very nice capture Mihajlo. Nice sharpness and very good colours. The pov is very good as well as the composition.
A little more information of the butterfly would have been very nice.
- Vini (123)
- [2005-05-13 20:39]
Excelent DOF and POV. Excelent macro. Poor notes. TFS
- Gudule (1204)
- [2005-05-13 22:24]
WOW! Very well done, Mihajlo. Light and colours are splendid. TFS.
- petrudamsa (2544)
- [2005-05-14 0:16]
I'll try some info on the butterfly as I see it. I think it's a Fabriciana sp. from Nymphalidaceae family. Shot is fabulous, with that thru the wings and flower light!
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2005-05-14 1:34]
Hello Mihajlo I am certain it is some type of Fritillary, the closest I can come is the "Queen of Spain Fritillary" the white spots are not quiet right, but it will get you close enough to go onto google - Images , and do a trawl through the pictures that come up to find the other sourthern european and east of there which are not in my books. you should then be able to compare till you find a match, then update the note.
The image is very nicely detailes even the whites of the flowers have detail which is good, I particulary like the light coming through the wing like a stained glass window.
- TAZ (10926)
- [2005-05-14 5:52]
Belle et intéressante composition macro-photographique bien réalisée pour ce superbe papillon. Jolies couleurs et bonne luminosité.
Very Well Done !
- christophe (1781)
- [2005-05-14 7:55]
great macro,color and POV
In a friendly way Christophe
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2005-05-14 9:48]
Nice macro, Mihajlo.
Good backlight, nice colours and good details.
Well composed and nice POV,
Very well done.
- puciu (2631)
- [2005-05-14 11:15]
Fantastic composition, very good macro.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2005-05-14 22:53]
Good capture. Interesting backlight effect. Good POV and sharpness.
- phlr (2821)
- [2005-07-12 9:18]
This is an Issoria lathonia (Linnaeus, 1758).
Also known as Queen of Spain Fritillary in english. From the Nymphalidae Argynninae family.
Common in Portugal too.
- LCannon (3107)
- [2005-08-03 6:22]
I love the lighting and glow on the wings of this butterfly. The entire composition is so beautiful, the blue sky in the background compliments it so well. I love the bright glow on the flowers. Well done.
- peter_stoeckl (11530)
- [2006-05-30 10:01]
an exciting image full of bright sunshine, the butterfly looking transparent in the strong backlight, the white flowers very well exposed. Very good details for such a strong macro. Lively and dynamic point of view, well balanced composition - good shot!
Thank you, and best regards,
The ID is very likely to be: Issoria lathonia L., the "Queen of Spain Fritillary".
peperutkava e preubava zaedno so cvetot, mnogu mi se dopagja sonceto niz nejzinite krila...
p.s. imam i jas nekoja zabrana na TrekEarth(ne znam zoshto )