On flying insects-13
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Here a Meadow Brown ( Maniola jurtina, Ochsenauge. Satyridae) is flying on its back ! This was not the result of a freak wind. The butterfly started this way from the underside of a flower. I noticed the same behaviour with other butterflies. "The underlying theme of TrekNature is learning more about the world through nature photography": while I am unable to improve the technique of shooting flying insects with the existing equipment, I am still surprised about some results. Enjoy!
Additional technical stuff: ISO 640, tele 370 mm eq.
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Ciao Dietrich, fantastic inflight capturee, wonderful natural colors, excellent clarity and fine details, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- [2018-08-22 14:12]
Hi Dietrich,a difficult perspective but the result is another time excellent,i hate this species because is very invasive in my country and not beautiful to see too...ehehe..have a nice day and thanks,Luciano