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After a long break, I am again back to treknature. Hope all you are doing fine.
Here is post of a 'Common Leopard' butterfly.
The Common Leopard is a medium sized butterfly with a wingspan of 50-55 mm with a tawny colour and marked with black spots. The underside of the butterfly is more glossy than the upper and both the male and female are similar looking. A more prominent purple gloss on the underside is found in the dry season form of this butterfly.
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- [2010-03-30 6:43]
Beautiful composition of this lovely leopard, simple and effective. tfs.
Nicely composed image of the butterfly,weldone.tfs
- [2010-03-30 11:45]
A fine macro capture taken with vivid colors, perfect focus and excellent details
Thanks for sharing
- [2010-03-30 11:53]
Nice details.Well taken.
The format of the picture is a bit small, but the butterfly is a wonder of focus and details, excellent light and color beautifully handled. There is a slight noise in the background, maybe some PP help to avoid this. Good job with impeccable composition.