Incredible detail - can see the "fringe" along the wings. Nicely done.
Terrific capture as always, Sam! Love the detail and color! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!Sylvia
Cool shot! Nice of him to pose so still for you! He has beautiful colours.
Wow.. gorgeous.. colours.. texture.. everything.
oh...great macro shot of butterflycongratshttp://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/11/simple-life/
Juhu!! you are back :-) Have been missing your wonderful photos you know, but I do understand it have been days in hamony and sunshine for your and your lovely wife.I have just watcht the photos from the wedding now, and my eyes is full of tears Anthony, she is so beautiful..., and I hope you send all my good thougts to her from Norway. I just know she will have the nicest man, I can feel it so in my hart :-) Your culture is so very different than mine, therefor it also is so great watching the pictures, I can almost feel the sound in my ears sitting here in the cold country. And guess if I love it :-)This butterfly, look! so close, and its almost like its souroundings, difficpult to se form a distance.Cold days in my place, a little bit snow, and -10. But very very beautiful. Warm hugs to you both from Anne!
What a beautiful capture! All the colors compliment each other...wonderful shot!
Excellent details. Well done Samson!
Wow, wonderful moth... love the way you have caught its camouflage... gorgeous photo.
very detailed one palkeep on shooting and sharing:)bhupesh
Really great detail.
Beautiful moth; beautiful capture!
Stunning macro. Amazing texture, colour and detail.
heee now I can leave a commentgreat detailsit looks almost one with the tree
Thank you all
Amazing photo of the moth... wonderful detail... love how well it is camouflaged against the background.
That's a great shot! I love moths and their camouflage!
Wow what a beauty. I like a pale grey colors.Greetings from icy Finland
Thanks Jay@ HenriettaThanks for stopping by
Wow, now that just jumps right out at you.Have a great WW. :)
It's Gorgeous!I played too. Mine are here and here.
Interesting how it's wing patter so resembles the bark. Great capture!