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|ÀÂÒÎÐÑÊÈÅ ÏÐÀÂÀ: Mark Gasson (gasson) (122)|
|Exposure: f/4.4, 1/250 ñåêóíä|
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|Âåðñèÿ: Îðèãèíàëüíàÿ âåðñèÿ|
|ÄÀÒÀ ÏÎÄÀ×È: 2011-05-28 14:51|
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|The Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae) takes its name from the fact that migrating flights of the butterflies are sometimes seen over the Gulf of Mexico. It is not, however, closely related to the true fritillaries.|
Its normal range extends from Argentina through Central America, Mexico, and the West Indies to the southern United States. Primarily a tropical butterfly, it extends its range temporarily each summer further north.
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What a very detailed sharp image here Mark, impressive natural colours excellent Camera skills and well done,
Wow what a great butterfly. These Gulf frittillaries are just an amazing orange. Really sharp image with nice contrasting colors. Really nice foreground and background as well. Have a great weekend.
Just fantastic! Beautiful composition. regards yiannis
- [2011-05-29 2:34]
a brilliantly colored butterfly photographed with all perfection. thanks for sharing.
- [2011-05-29 9:27]
beautiful capture of this very nice butterfly. Colors and details on the butterfly are really beautiful. Well separated from the blurred background. Well done.
Best regards Milos