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"morning Delight "
Photo By Floro Granada

  • Title: "morning Delight "
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: Philippines
  • Nearest Area: Manila
  • Brief Directions: Wild breed butterflies are hard to capture for they are very sensitive to strangers.
  • Notes: Taken with canon eos 300D with Sigma 28-200mm lens mounted. Aperture set at f5.6 iso 100 at 200mm.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: I waited for about 2 hours when luckily this buttrerfly perched and positioned herself at an angle shot I am waiting for.This shot was taken early morning summer in a farm located at the foot of Mt. Banahaw, a mountain located in southern part of Luzon, Philippines.
  • Gear: Canon eos 300D with Sigma 28-200 mm lens mount
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Keywords:  Nature
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