Mechanitis polymnia

© Luis Louro

Mechanitis polymnia

Uploaded: September 13, 2006


This is a tropical butterfly from the Americas.
I Choose a small DOF to bring the subject, and avoid the black background!!!


Joy Rector September 13, 2006

gorgeous #521382

Adilson F. Ferreira level-classic September 13, 2006

Terrific capture Luis!!!
Wonderful colors and details, the DoF is perfect!!! #3302697

Luis Louro September 13, 2006

Thank you Joy and Adilson!!! #3303370

Stephanie Lyons September 13, 2006

Welcome back Luis! I love this image - the DOF is spectacular! Very beautiful ... #3303988

Kate Jackson September 13, 2006

This is a most beautiful butterfly. Perfect DOF and wonderful curvy leaves. How do you like your D200? Would you recommend it? Sorry I missed you in England. #3304488

Helen N. McHugh September 13, 2006

Outstanding clarity in this lovely capture, Luis! Love the DOF! Very beautiful! #3305022

Luis Louro September 13, 2006

Thank you Steph, Kate and Helen!!! #3305898

Janine Russell level-deluxe September 13, 2006

Luis, excellent colors, detail, exposure, clarity, lighting and point of view. #3306789

Luis Louro September 14, 2006

thank you Janine!!! #3309382

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic March 29, 2007

Beautiful image, Luis! #4110038

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