|Copyright: Szabo Jozsef (joska)
|Date Taken: 2012-05-03|
|Camera: Nikon D80, 50mm f/1.4D AF Nikkor|
|Exposure: f/11, 1/60 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2012-05-24 0:42|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|G. rhamni lives in Europe, North Africa and Asia as far east as Mongolia. It is widely distributed across the southern half of the United Kingdom, and has been steadily increasing its range in the north of England but is limited by the distribution of its larval foodplants and is quite possibly close to its maximum possible distribution now unless their foodplants' range also increases. In Ireland, it has a much more localised distribution.|
G. rhamni is one of the longest lived butterflies, living up to thirteen months, although most of this time is spent in hibernation. As it is often the first butterfly to be seen in the spring, sometimes as early as January when hibernating adults are awoken on a sunny day, there is a popular myth that it is this butterfly which gave us the word butterfly, a corruption of butter-coloured fly.
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Csodajól sikerült ez a felvétel!Annyira szép a zöld,kék,fehér szinek hideg kavalkádja,amelyet a sárga virág meseszerüen felmelegit,mint egy puha akvarel amely különös hátteret képez,e kiválló képhez.-Gratula!!
great sharpness and good details of this beauty
the light and composition are very good
thanks greeting lou
Ciao Joszef, splendid light on lovely butterfly, fine details and wonderful sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
Splendida macro con ottimi colori naturali,ed un’eccellente nitidezza,bene la gestione della luce,ottima composizzione molto bella.