|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Anartia fatima is a species of butterfly in the family Nymphalidae, found in the southern U.S., Mexico and Central America.|
Quite common in my region.
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- [2017-10-23 0:48]
Waaw Pedro,what a fantastic couple of this magnificent species.A great capture,not easy to have a perfect shapness everywhere like that,absolutely lovelt,i like it! Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
Amazing colors. The details and focus are excellent. Very nice composition with two specimen.
Mind-blowing double subject image, Pedro.
The view of nether wings is so attractive; I guess the open wings view would be even better.
Well done & thanks for sharing!
Nicely composed photo, the two butterflies, forming a semi-diagonal line, are complementing each other very well. Great wing textures and details on both, nice lights and colors. Probably, although this is just a personal opinion you probably disagree with, the background isn't mish-mashed enough, instead of f/11 5.6 or so would do, and the b-fly at the right's a little too closed to the edge of the frame. Otherwise a lovely capture.
Kind regards from Ireland, László
- [2017-10-24 13:41]
Two lovely butterflies captured in excellent detail. I love their unique markings and bright colors. Not easy to get two beautiful specimen like this in the same frame.