From the reverse side of a gulf fritillary's wing, comes this pattern of orange, gold, and striking silver.
By taking hundreds of photos at nearly 200-power magnification, then, without altering color, adding any external designs, or "drawing" any artifacts into the design, I create the symmetrical pattern seen here. It's a painstaking, pixel-aligning process that uses state-of-the-art photographic methods intertwined with artistic design.
Each long scarf is 10x45 inches, perfect for tying, wrapping, or draping.
Source Butterfly: Gulf Fritillary