Butterflies & Moonrise

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  1. Knopka

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    #4 is really nice love the color looks like he took a pause and the world behind him continue moving love it :) keep going with those cool picks
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I thought #3 was going to be my pick, until I saw #4. Nice.
     
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    Thank you both for your comments ;)!
     
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    i really like #4 too but beacause im not really into butterflies i looove #6 - great colours!
     
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    On number 6 you have a slight halo around some of the plants in the foreground, usually that's considered a bad thing in the world of photography.

    Good shots tho.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hey now, where did you see all those many, many butterflies then??? And all the same sort? Are they attracted by that bush?

    Also I like Photo 4 very much, and the moon rise pics are nice, though, yes, in the last the feathered lasso and selective brightening of the bottom part do show. And I miss a bit of detail in the moon. But the colours are wonderful!
     
  8. Knopka

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    Hmmm, now that it's been mentioned, I also see that halo... Oh well... :)

    LaFoto, I saw those butterflies in one wildlife preserve, here, in Connecticut. It happens to be in a place where the Atlantic Ocean water mixes with fresh water, which creates a particular climate zone.
    Apparently, these Monarch butterflies gather in this area before they migrate to Mexico.
     
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    I like #5 and #6, superb...
     
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    Thanks for looking ;)!
     

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