Kaleidoscope Moth Wings

This kaleidoscope of colours may look like a magnificent piece of art – but they are actually just extreme close-ups of MOTH wings. The beautiful shades are found on one of the rarest moths on the planet, the Chrysiridia Rhipheus, or Sunset Moth as it is more commonly known. Keen snapper Charles Krebs, from Issaquah in Washington, USA, captured the close-ups using a state-of-the-art lens allowing him to create high resolution works of ?photomicropathy?.

This kaleidoscope of colours may look like a magnificent piece of art - but they are actually just extreme close-ups of MOTH wings. The beautiful shades are found on one of the rarest moths on the planet, the Chrysiridia Rhipheus, or Sunset Moth as it is more commonly known. Keen snapper Charles Krebs, from Issaquah in Washington, USA, captured the close-ups using a state-of-the-art lens allowing him to create high resolution works of ?photomicropathy?.

This kaleidoscope of colours may look like a magnificent piece of art - but they are actually just extreme close-ups of MOTH wings. The beautiful shades are found on one of the rarest moths on the planet, the Chrysiridia Rhipheus, or Sunset Moth as it is more commonly known. Keen snapper Charles Krebs, from Issaquah in Washington, USA, captured the close-ups using a state-of-the-art lens allowing him to create high resolution works of ?photomicropathy?.

This kaleidoscope of colours may look like a magnificent piece of art - but they are actually just extreme close-ups of MOTH wings. The beautiful shades are found on one of the rarest moths on the planet, the Chrysiridia Rhipheus, or Sunset Moth as it is more commonly known. Keen snapper Charles Krebs, from Issaquah in Washington, USA, captured the close-ups using a state-of-the-art lens allowing him to create high resolution works of ?photomicropathy?.

This kaleidoscope of colours may look like a magnificent piece of art - but they are actually just extreme close-ups of MOTH wings. The beautiful shades are found on one of the rarest moths on the planet, the Chrysiridia Rhipheus, or Sunset Moth as it is more commonly known. Keen snapper Charles Krebs, from Issaquah in Washington, USA, captured the close-ups using a state-of-the-art lens allowing him to create high resolution works of ?photomicropathy?.