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Lovely shot Frank.I've not seen many of these this year.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE the shape of the wings! Super capture!
I've seen this kind of a butterfly on other blog, and as well as that picture, this one shows great wings too! I haven't seen this species in Poland, I don't know if they live here but you are lucky to have them :) Great shot:)
nice capture!! :)
Keith. I was surprised to find one resting so took the opportunity!Kerri. The wings are very distinctive.Joanne. According to the link below you do have this Butterfly in Poland.http://www.lepidoptera.pl/start.phpsmalldot. Thank you.
Its wings look a bit like leaves!
Frank, great detail on this capture, very, very nice work~
Amila. Yes they do.Mary. Thank you. It's the first time one has sat still for me this year.
Super Brimstone in profile Frank, Linda
Cheers Linda, it's the first time I've managed to capture this one. Now all I need is a mature male to sit with wings open!
Ohhh; THIS must be the english cousin of mine I took a pic on the lavender a few weeks ago...!!!!ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL, Frank!!!!Have a great evening!!ciao ciao elvira
Your macros and brids are turly amaizng. Wonderful work again..Its my pleasure to follow you on both your blogs. Have a great week.Lisa
Elvira. I'm sure it is. Have a great week. ciao ciao FAB.
Lisa RedWillow. Thanks. I't a pleasure to have you following me and to read your comments.BTW I don't use a macro lens just a 70-300 zoom and steady hands!
Love your butterflies!
Friend of HK. Thank you very much.
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