|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Peacock is a familiar sight in gardens across the British Isles and is unmistakable, with quite spectacular eyes on the upperside of the hindwings that give this butterfly its name. These eyes must appear very threatening to predators, such as mice, that confront this butterfly head-on, where the body forming a "beak", as shown in the image below.|
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a very good macro photo. color, clarity and detail are great.
excellent point of view. Unusual. Nice natural colours. Quite good and interesting depth of field.
Thanks for sharing,
- [2011-08-14 11:08]
Hi John,this is one of your best pics talking about the sharpness,very nice perpsective too and excellent high saturation as i like.Thanks for share,have a nice week,Luciano
- [2011-08-14 23:45]
nice image of butterfly sucking nectar from the flower. good work tfs.