Hoot

The Owl Butterfly (Caligo eurilochus) is a bit of a night owl (pun not entirely intended) in the butterfly world as they are nocturnal which may be why they are usually pretty easy to photograph. They stay very low key when all of the visitors are around.

 

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8 Responses to Hoot

  1. Timothy Price says:

    It’s a hoot. Great color and texture in that critter.

  2. Adrian Lewis says:

    Absolutely gorgeous image, Terri. A

  3. Wow! Stunning Butterfly! I love the contrast with the branch and even the green background. Also I checked out your EPSY site – beautiful images! I’m considering doing something similar, but I’m just starting out in the digital online photo world and need to crank up my quality significantly and also determine what sort of niche to present in such a competitive environment. I’ve also considered “pixels.com” b/c they do everything – shipping, payments etc, but I’m hesitant to trust them with my full resolution images.

    • Thanks! I prefer to self fulfill or have a printer that I am comfortable with to do my images instead of letting a 3rd party do it but everyone does their own thing. Good luck with whatever you choose to do.

  4. ChgoJohn says:

    What a beauty, Teri! You really did get some incredible captures at the pavilion.

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