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    Default Common Leopard

    Shot recently at Barunei. This is a small crop. Had a similar composition in the original image. cropped to increase size of subject

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    At first I wondered what a common leopard would be doing in the "others" section. Then realised it was a butterfly.
    It stands out really well against the very green BG. Am I mistaken, or is the part near the top of the wings slightly motion-blurred?

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    The wing seems to be damaged a bit at the top. I cant seem to find any noticable blur...
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    I don't know why tiger and leopard etc are used in butterfly names. Butterflies are such beautiful creatures.

    I like the composition and this image. I wish the bright branch crisscrossing in the background would not have been there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    I don't know why tiger and leopard etc are used in butterfly names. Butterflies are such beautiful creatures.

    I like the composition and this image. I wish the bright branch crisscrossing in the background would not have been there.

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    Tigers and leopards are not kya?? :O hahaha kidding...
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    I meant to say butterflies are beautiful creatures in their own right. So Tiger and Leopard names need not be affixed to make them sound beautiful.

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    Nice image, although I wish the eyes had been in focus as well. You need to be parallel to a macro subject.

    Apana

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    beautiful pic... though I agree with Sabyasachi that such beautiful creatures dont need to be named after the large carnivores... or any other creature for that matter....
    But why split hair.... a beautiful creation has a place of its own.....
    call it what you may.... a butterfly is always a butterfly.

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    Tiger and leopard are ok, but I can't figure out any similarity between the common crow and the actual (bird) crow...

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