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    Default Common Buckeye Butterfly

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    Canon 7D2, 70-200 f4L IS II, 1.4x TC III
    ISO 400, f16, 1/320s, HH

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    Very nice shot of the butterfly, I suspect the flower head could prove rather tricky, the trumpets in the light look great but I am not so keen on the deep purple underexposed ones.

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    Nice detail on this buckeye like the square crop.

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    A fine specimen captured with very good detail! I would agree with Jon about the dark shaded flowers. For me, they detract from an otherwise very strong image.

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