Does anyone know? Ive seen it only twice and ive never seen it fly, it just sits there...
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Marc Thys 13/09/2008 18:17Waw,its super !
TINA JONES 09/09/2008 1:59THIS PICTURE IS GORGEOUS!! DEFINATELY AN ORANGE TIP BUTTERFLY- THEY ARE FOUND IN THE UK(WISH THEY WERE HERE IN THE STATES THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL!!) THANKS FOR SHARING!! TINA ;)
Robert Chapman-Firth 06/09/2008 23:18Nice pic very well taken, youl have to give me some lessons.
Camilla Antonsen 06/08/2008 2:04Very beautiful Corrina. I don't think that you are an amature, but a really good photographer, 'cause you photos are very nice, all of them. So just keep shotin' : )
Marit Hansson 20/05/2008 20:58I've never seen anything like it. It's absolutely beautiful. You're focus is excellent. Congrats.
Burits Pál 19/05/2008 20:16Mothed Butterfly!:)
The pic is beautiful.
adriano j faria 15/05/2008 23:09Wounderful ligth..a macro with fine colors..very well done Corrina..best wishes..Adri.
Anja A.G. 12/05/2008 23:02It`s a very beautiful butterfly! Good capture!
j.a.j.jansen m. 12/05/2008 18:49A beautifu macro and I very much like the fine detail, but moth or butterfly, I don't know.
Mark Billiau. 12/05/2008 9:48Hi Corrina,
Great capture of this butterfly (it's an Orange Tip).
Excellent sharpness and dof.
Well done, I like it very much.
archiek 12/05/2008 2:07A butterfly. All butterflies have a type of ball at the end of the antennae. Moths do not, they often have segmented or furry antennae. This is a really pretty shot with the blue flowers. -archie
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