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Julia Longwing, Julia Heliconian (Dryas iulia), Lago Tres Chimbadas, Tambopata Rainforest, Peru
I had not realised that you had been to that area Dominik.
Muito obrigado, Antonio!
Fantastic capture Bayucca,what a photo,amazing,congrats and thanks for sharingTo me you are the Butterfly guy :-)
Amazing! It's easy to get one butterfly to land on you, but two, wow, that's tough. Wicked shot, love the green bokah. I know you're a busy guy bayucca, I just wanted make sure you saw this spots of mine, hopefully you'll know them.http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/212...http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/212...
Beautiful shot of Julia!
So lovely! Just too amazing!
Thanks folks! Yes, they are real, I couldn't believe it myself...
Are these real ? - so delicate and beautiful !!
Love the bat on bananas photo on your link too!
Wow it's beautiful bayucca!
Terrific spotting, bayucca!
Well the result's good on the bat :-)
I have a lot of experience with unusual technics...http://www.flickr.com/photos/dominikhofe...Dozens of shots with all modalities, even flashlight between my teeth to have both hands on my camera, which was not really a good idea, the light was all over the place but not on the banana. BTW, where exactly were the bananas in complete darkness? And where was the bat, when I finally focused the bananas? ;-)...
Ah well great picture whoever the fingers belong to :-) I thought they could have been yours: I tried hand-held, one-hand macro shots with sort-of-OK results:http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/144...
These are not my fingers ;-)... Probably more sweat than fruits and at least no insect repellent...!
What a beautiful picture! Fruit or sweat on your fingers? :-)
Lat: -12.79, Long: -69.35
Spotted on Apr 9, 2007 Submitted on Feb 27, 2013
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