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Graphium agamemnon

Graphium agamemnon
Copyright ©2004, Yvonne Steinmann HoF ¤ $

This was taken in the Papiliorama Kerzers (Switzerland) - a tropical greenhouse, where butterflies of all five continents are bred for people to come and admire. In latin this butterfly is called (if I am identifying it correctly that is) Graphium Agamemnon (geschweifter Eichelhäher in German) and originates from Southern Asia.

Photographer: Yvonne Steinmann HoF ¤ $
Folder: Yvonne
Uploaded: 2004-Jul-09 03:20 EDT
Current Rating: 9.00/8 (Weighted rating: 8.67)
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Camera: Olympus E-1
Lens: Olympus 50-200mm f2.8/3.5
Lens Adapter: None
ISO: 400
Aperture: f 4
Shutter Speed: 1/320
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Flash: No
Tripod/Monopod: No
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:)

it makes me happy...

John Roper HoF Win ¤ $ at 04:08 EDT on 2004-Jul-09 [Reply]

Wow!

This is a WONDERFUL shot! I love the green complementing each other. Great light as well!

John Stankewitz ¤ $ $ at 15:31 EDT on 2004-Jul-09 [Reply]

Agree!

Beautiful insect, beutiful shot.

Wolfgang Seidel ¤ at 16:52 EDT on 2004-Jul-09 [Reply]

That's a good one!

Interesting-looking butterfly against a perfect background (or rather, non-background). Kind regards, Eva

Eva Heintz ¤ at 23:42 EDT on 2004-Jul-09 [Reply]

Thank you

everyone for your friendly comments! Yvonne

Yvonne Steinmann HoF ¤ $ at 02:02 EDT on 2004-Jul-10 [Reply]

Very good shot

Love this pic, good color, clear background. Beautiful !

Silend Lee HoF at 07:11 EDT on 2004-Jul-12 [Reply]

Excellent

Hi Yvonne,

This is really an excellent photo, love the perfect sharpness and detail, very good colors and lighting, like the composition, very well done Yvonne!

Kind regards from Belgium,

Joep

Joep Mennen ¤ at 16:39 EDT on 2004-Aug-11 [Reply]

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You've inspired me with this one, I wanna know where my nearest butteryfly house is!

Chris Cooke HoF ¤1 at 17:26 EDT on 2004-Sep-09 [Reply]

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Yvonne,

Very nice shot, I love the "silky" detailing of the wing. I wonder, have you used software to reduce the noise there must have been at 400 ISO? I made a few shots myself at 400, but there definitely was a lot more noise than in this image.

Reinier van Beest Win ¤ $ $1 at 04:03 EST on 2005-Feb-19 [Reply]