Common Emigrant on Flower

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Photo Info
UploadedJuly 1, 2010
TakenMay 2, 2010
ModelFinePix S2000HD S2100HD
Exposure1/250 sec at f/8.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length14.3 mm

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If the flowers have left creativity; with combination with butterflies it creates a beautiful melody that has never heard; with brilliant illumination of colors through the neurons which hit inside the depth of soul. Nature has created such a wonderful combination, and only one can see it through the wide opened heart that touches nature with love and affection.

This is a Common Emigrant Butterfly (catopsilia Pomona) on a Cosmos flower; the colors itself is in harmony. I could capture in macro mode because, I want the background blurred with colors. As a photographer I also feel that the bluish colors have given a brilliant effect on the foreground subjects.

I thought what bound them together, not the flowers color or the color of butterfly wings. It is nectar… which calls the butterfly towards the flower.

4 responses

  • Michael Ball

    Michael Ball gave props (1 Jul 2010):

    Excellent capture!! Fantastic color and detail!!

  • Carol Holmes

    Carol Holmes gave props (3 Jul 2010):

    Bravo! Loving the colors...

  • timothy wombold

    timothy wombold gave props (7 Jul 2010):

    Beautiful shot.Great color

  • Lyana Votey

    Lyana Votey said (14 Jul 2010):


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