Monomad : Butterflies Suck Honey Flowers

in Black And White4 months ago

this is my entry for the daily #monomad challenge curated by @monochromes.


Good evening all friends, best wishes to all of us, hopefully we will always be given health and success

As for this opportunity, I will again try to share some of the photos that I found today when I visited an office in my area, when I wanted to urinate I passed a flower garden where it turned out that there were also many wild flowers growing very beautiful,

I saw at the flower there was a butterfly that was sucking honey I immediately entered the room and took the macro lens in my bag, then I came back and it turned out that the butterfly was still there and I tried to take some photos at a close distance even though it was a little windy











some of my photos above I took on some wild flowers that grow there, these butterflies are included in the butterfly species Acraea terpsicore, Many butterflies can be found in my area on several flowers and I like them from their very beautiful colors and motifs, I also prepared a photo that I did not edit in black and white so that the beauty of the flowers and butterflies can be clearly seen


those are some of the photos I could share for today's #monomad challenge hope you like some of the beautiful shots I shared today.

CameraPoco x3 Pro
LocationAceh, Indonesia
CategoryMacro photography

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It's been a very long time since I took this type of insect photo, I miss insect macro photos

hopefully you'll be able to take some of your macro shots again