|Copyright: Mukesh Swer (swerM)
|Date Taken: 2014-08-26|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2014-10-15 11:10|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This week's theme: Texture. Also has a reference to last week's theme, guess what.|
This is a picture of a moth species called brahmea moth or owl moth. This was found resting on a net of 3 mm mesh and has a wing span of 6 to 7 inches (by counting the number of mesh).
It is said that the moth when disturbed, slowly moves its forewings forming a texture/pattern of this threatening 'eyes' probably to keep its predators away.
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Boa tarde Mukesh,
That's a great and beautiful capture.
- [2014-10-15 20:45]
Intrincate pattern! It seems to be an owl.
- [2014-10-20 12:41]
The patterns are breathtaking indeed!
Lucky of you to be there and capture it.
Nature took its time to make this masterpiece a worthy one!
Amazing texture and details.
Fantastic presentation with such clarity and well exposed showing intricate details of its natural patterns and colors.
- [2014-12-07 3:20]
Hi Mukesh! Great capture, beautiful textures and tones. Regards Csabi