Charaxes candiope, wing scales

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Charles Krebs
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Charaxes candiope, wing scales

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This is a section of the leading edge of the forewing.

Nikon MM-11. Olympus UMPLFLN 10/0.30. Canon T3i. Stack of 33 images. 10X on sensor.
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Post by Wim van Egmond »

Wow, you really can't see the difference with a coloured SEM. Very special illumination.

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I agree with Wim, very well balanced lighting.
Nicely diffused, yet with the right amount of highlights
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Post by pierre »

Very Nice result!

A nice lens 8)
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A refreshingly different perspective. I like it a lot.

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Charlie,

Stunning image.

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