Ola, great find. This moth is one of the Alucitidae. “Both fore- and hind-wings consist of about six rigid spines, from which radiate flexible bristles creating a structure similar to a bird’s feather” (Wikipedia). You did really well to get that much detail, as flash would surely have been reflected by the window. The green background, angle and square crop are perfect to my eye. I’d just clean up those two oval drops (?) from the window! Well spotted.
That is so cool! And thanks Mike for the info about what it is. I’ve never seen a moth with wings quite like it. So interesting.
You are a photographer after my own heart, Ola. I do the same thing - cool bug (grabs camera) - or basically any other thing that catches my eye. The Oly macro is a thing of beauty isn’t it? And the in-camera stacking did a nice job. I use it only occasionally in my Lumix, but it’s nice to have in a pinch.
Ola, this looks great. Its wings look so delicate, they remind me of a hand held fan. There are a series of lines and a couple of dots along the right side of the wing, that are probably worth cleaning up.
Ola, it does remind me of a hand held fan as @Mark_Seaver said. I also agree with him about the little specks right near the front of the right wing. Very impressive though, if he is only about a quart of an inch.
This looks pretty good and my only suggested edits include dropping down the saturation of yellows and greens in the BG and bump up the brightness on the moth. It is a fantastic view of one of our more unusual microleps…Jim