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celestun 12 29 14 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2008 11:42PM
Lovely delicate combination, beautifully shot!

It might draw our attention to the butterfly more if the grass were less straight in the picture... perhaps you could rotate a little to give a slight angle and even zoom in a touch also.

Well done!

Tim

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7 Jun 2008 12:01AM
what a good looking bug, looks like he has a mohock.
7 Jun 2008 7:26AM
great shot,with all the detail,well done
Julian 11 76 3 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2008 10:20AM
I like the grass flower with the butterfly which make for a nice delicate image.
I agree with Tim. I think I see what you have tried to do( and it's all subjective anyway )but a slight rotation diagonal might help. The wing edges look a little blown too. Could they be retrieved in post proccessing?
Well done
Julian
canonmaid 9 4 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2008 12:36PM
Thanks everyone for your comments, the original image was infact with the butterfly pointing downwards on the grass, and it didnt show the butterfly off how i wanted it, but i am going to give your suggestion a try, many thanks,
Marian 11 62 England
4 Jul 2008 6:43PM
Your butterfly just came up on the Featured E2 Photo. It is very similar to the Silver Studded Blue that I've just uploaded, but do they have a relationship with the ants like the Studded Blue? I'm not sure, I think it may be unique to the Studded Blue.
Marian

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