Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Friday, May 17, 2013
A proboscis, which functions as a drinking straw, stays curled up under the butterfly's chin until it finds a source of nectar or other liquid nutrition. It then unfurls the long, tubular structure and sips up a meal.
Camera: Canon 550D
Lens: manual extension tubes + 50mm manual lens
Light: YN467 + Diffuser
Exposure: F/11 || 1/125s || ISO:400