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|Idaea ochrata (Scopoli, 1763) |
Common name: bright wave
Idaea ochrata is a polyphagus geometrid moth. It overwintered as larva and it emerges in spring. It atacks many wild plants e.g. wild radishes etc.
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- [2017-05-18 7:40]
A top quality image of this beautiful little moth. Wonderful clarity and perfectly exposed. I like the way the plant runs horizontally across the frame. Colors are nicely saturated and natural in appearance.
- [2017-05-18 12:10]
Hi Nikos,a bit distant but the details are fantastic,very sharp capture of this moth,very common in my country too,well done! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
You have managed to capture the details of the wing patterns & the color despite the distance. A tighter crop could have helped.
Ciao Nikos, great macro ol lovely moth, fine details, wonderful natural colors and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
Excellent BG. Well captured this Moth. Quite well details and perfect exposure. I would like to go for bit more tighter crop to get rid of BLANK SPACE and in such way you'll get more details too. I saw your WS picture but this is your main picture.
Thanks for sharing,