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    Default The green guardian

    ID help if possible, as couldnt manage to get another view, due to the location

    Came across this beautiful specimen of a moth which had taken refuge inside the crevices of a tree, an with no light falling in the dark area, the eyes popped in a bright fluorescent colour while the flash's light fell on it. The popping colour, and the shape, made it look like a devilish guardian of the dungeon, especially with that rustic and dark feeling
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    Canon 80D
    Canon 100mm macro
    F/8
    Shutterspeed 1/125
    ISO 200
    Handheld, External flash fired
    location: Nagla trail, Mumbai, India
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    Agree the green shining eyes are captivating. The raised wings pose look nice..as if it is ready to fly away. I think the design of the military aircrafts these days are inspired by them . Thanks for sharing.

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    Really like the appearance of the moth and your words describing it.

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    I agree with the previous comments. Nice pose. I wish you had used a narrow aperture. I understand that handholding makes it tough to use narrow apertures as you want decent shutter speed. However, with a higher depth of field this image would have looked even better. Thanks for sharing.

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