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peacock Camera setup: Canon EOS 5DS R Canon, MP-E 65 lens @ 1&times; magnification, StackShot automated macro rail. Caruba collapsible photo studios. Camera was on hand operation.<br />
ISO 100, f/5.6  1/6 seconds exposure, white balance, custom, white balance filter ExpoDisc 2.0, step size 0.6 mm and 50 intake gestackt with Zerene Stacker PMAX method.  European Peacock,Geotagged,Inachis io,Netherlands,Winter Click/tap to enlarge

peacock

Camera setup: Canon EOS 5DS R Canon, MP-E 65 lens @ 1× magnification, StackShot automated macro rail. Caruba collapsible photo studios. Camera was on hand operation.
ISO 100, f/5.6 1/6 seconds exposure, white balance, custom, white balance filter ExpoDisc 2.0, step size 0.6 mm and 50 intake gestackt with Zerene Stacker PMAX method.

    comments (3)

  1. Nice! How did you get it to sit still given that you used a rail? Posted 6 days ago
    1. Hi Ferdy,
      The Peacock I found in the back yard dead on the tile path. I do not know how he got there.
      Posted 6 days ago
      1. too bad, but put to good use at least. Posted 6 days ago

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The European Peacock , more commonly known simply as the Peacock butterfly, is a colourful butterfly, found in Europe and temperate Asia as far east as Japan. Classified as the only member of the genus ''Inachis'' . It should not be confused or classified with the "American peacocks" in the genus ''Anartia''; these are not close relatives of the Eurasian species. The Peacock butterfly is resident in much of its range, often wintering in buildings or trees. It therefore often appears quite early.. more

Similar species: Moths And Butterflies
Species identified by Mike van Harn
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Uploaded Mar 20, 2017. Captured Mar 17, 2017 13:33 in Slochter 14, 1654 KD Benningbroek, Netherlands.
  • Canon EOS 5DS R
  • f/5.6
  • 1/6s
  • ISO100
  • 65mm