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Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by DeadEye, Aug 20, 2009.

  1. DeadEye

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    I think the colors, exposure are great and if you wouldn't have said I could've easily been diverted to guess it was a peacock feather..LOL

    My only critique is that I wish I would've seen a wider crop in order to include the whole circular shape that looks like eyes. Overall well done Dan!
     
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    Thank You.

    Here it is.

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    Wow!
     
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    that is freaky, yet so very awesome! great job!
     
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    Great colors and textures captured. I also agree with the suggestion for the slightly larger view/crop to bring in the black spots on the moth.
     
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    Great capture! I believe it's A. Polyphemus, correct?
    I had a few cocoons earlier in the summer which all hatched. Couldn't get any pairings though.
     
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    Thanks all

    Front view in B&W

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