"Butterfly Kisses for Brian"
- chrisJ (55124)
- [2009-05-16 7:58]
A nice tribute to trampas (Brian). I'm sure he'll love it! Good use of a shallow dof, with excellent sharpness & color. I like the curved semi circle of the bowed green shoot. Tfs!
- pearl (76)
- [2009-05-16 8:00]
This is a beautiful buutterfly captured and presented very well. The composition and POV are great and effective. Good lighting and colors. Nice tribute and TFS.
- Silvio2006 (54737)
- [2009-05-16 8:11]
Ciao Linda, fantastic butterfly, i never see before, thanks, wonderful colors and superb sharpness, I like a lot, brava, ciao Silvio
- Yanush (2)
- [2009-05-16 8:21]
Super detail and shallow DOF.
You have a lot of energy to maintain the flame with all of your fans! :))
The wings seem embossed! Excellent rendering of textures and colors. One of best bokeh I have seen for a butterfly macro. Bravo and have a nice weekend! Annie
we are 5000 miles apart but only one heartbeat away.
you are forgiven.
this is a classic. you know i'm a lover of your butterfly shots and this is the best.
when i read your notes i nearely choked on my chocolate biscuit.
i am trawling the internet to find a larger buoy suitable for a tripod and some sweet lovin'.
- dareco (15528)
- [2009-05-16 11:30]
LOL! Cute note ;) I love the picture! One of the prettiest butterflies I've ever seen. Beautiful colors and detail. TFS
- szekelykristof (12618)
- [2009-05-16 12:04]
You and Silvio are making a great series on TL. These butterfly shots are always interesting and pleasant for viewing. This is a great piece as well with amazing sharpness and detials of every tiny organl of this small creature. It was good to position it off the centre. TFS!
- ramon (4058)
- [2009-05-16 12:29]
Fantastic capture, excellent sharpness, colors, DOF.
I like every detail of this photo...
Linda...all these men you now have (and Im surprised at some of them!? ) on TL.. its a wonder you have time to take photos! lol..
Great shot my friend...well done.
- Saba (21534)
- [2009-05-16 12:50]
Charming formulation in pretty, gentle colours and light, exquisite background.
It pleases me very.
I congratulate realization and I greet You warmly.
Only NOW I understand why we got this amazing amount of Texan butterflies on TrekLens last days! Nothing more than a family affair... ;o)
Said this, I don't believe a second that it is a co´ncidence you left the best one (focus, DOF, composition) for your famous friend...
;o) & kind regards,
- juyona (10173)
- [2009-05-16 13:22]
color y detalles...
- Tomek (18766)
- [2009-05-16 13:40]
Fantastic image - nature is more than beautiful... isn't it?
Clearence, details - amazing work!
This is pretty and as usual well done.
With this hot flame burning between 'youse' two, Bryan needs some cooling down... could you not send the left overs of your tornadoes out his way instead of out my way. What a day we had on wednesday, I almost went for an unscheduled swim trying to help hubby re tie down some lawn furniture that was already anchored down.
- timtim (10187)
- [2009-05-16 18:00]
Another great butterfly shot
nice sharp focus and good DOF
- rminkow (34772)
- [2009-05-16 21:13]
Hi Linda...great shot...excellent composition..well done.
Great detail of this butterfly. Amazing close up of this creature. I like the leaf/stem pattern giving additional vertical lines and curves in the shot.
.........you and Brian "got som splainnin' to do" :) Lisa
- Mujahid-Awais (5553)
- [2009-05-17 20:01]
Beautiful macro shot. Nice saturated colours. Nature is always beautiful.
You really are a bit of a hussy Linda - playing up with all those guys. And after a week of giving photos to all the other guys on TL - you finally remember Brian.
But the butterfly is a beauty - I love the daintiness of it
Now, be a good girl!! Try...
- c_rapp (7535)
- [2009-05-19 9:31]
Beautiful capture and a great cute note!! Great color and such a wonderful pose you got! TFS
- eyesthetix (8722)
- [2009-05-25 14:48]
Excellent close study !
Well used space(s).
Very pleasant to look at. That bokeh is stunning !
Well done Linda. Best regards, Daniel