Looks like mirror images of the same butterfly snapped one after the other to have the very slight difference in the angle of the open wings.
All patterns are exactly the same, just mirrored (even the very thin filament at the topmost tip of the wings on both of them)
Though i don't mind photo-shopped pics , its just not the stuff one comes looking for at a NatGeo site
National Geographic Wallpapers make a Best Combination with the Songs of Lucky Ali- The Messiah of the Heavenly Music! Wow!
This butterfly seems to be a member of the gossamer-winged family (Lycaenidae). The name Gossamer-wing comes from the delicate translucent quality of their wings. With the little tails extending from the orange dots would seem to put them in the hairstreaks subfamily (Theclinae). From the bio, something from Indonesia?
@Madhumita Pal Look at the feet position :)
@Lee Stanford your opinion, of course. Unless you are looking for an argument...