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A male dark green fritillary nectaring on some knapweed at Prestbury Hill nature reserve near Cheltenham.
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Wow another fine capture, I can see you had some success
haven't seen the dark green ones here yet but had the chalkhill blues at last.
knew this was yours
Excellent shot, Ed.
He's a beauty, Ed, do send some over here, please Carol
A wonderful detailed capture
A beauty indeed.
Excellent image Ed, great detail,
Another superb image, Ed.
A great image Ed.
Top shot Ed. A real beauty.
Fantastic and lovely capture,ED,very well done,
Beautifully detailed, both subject and perch, Ed.
Bright summery nature shot.
Excellent detailed capture Ed.
Deserves vote 30 well done
The detail here is excellent Ed - really sharp
We have butterflies like this--- must be a huge family--- I will try to get one ready for posting soon--
an inspiring image!
There are lots of fritiillaries and even more to be found in France, Spain and the rest of mainland Europe
You never cease to impress me, Ed. Not only do you recognise all the different butterflies, you tell us what they are having for breakfast/lunch/dinner, and you manage to capture them all so well.
Yet another lovely butterfly.
Like saltireblue I admire your never ending knowledge of your subject.
Many thanks for the user award Andy, it is greatly appreciated coming from such an accomplished photographer as yourself, Ed
Another well coloured shot Ed.
Super close up.
Well captured Ed.
Very well captured. Good strong composition and natural colours. It doesn't detract but might be an issue if printed there appears to be evidence of either over-sharpening or the need for some work on digital noise. The background whilst presenting a lovely bokeh effect could IMHO do with some noise reduction. This is common with hand held shots where a high ISO has had to be used to secure a fast shuttered speed and therefore a sharper image. It is a regular trade off which is only made easier the more expensive the camera or if it is full frame. I generally have to tackle noise in most of my shots even when taken at ISO 100. Regards
What a cracking shot Ed
Many thanks for all your comments and clicks, they are much appreciated, Ed
Very nice do not get this one here either, very lovely and great detail, regards Leon.
What an awesome shot! The angle and detail - and of course the closeupness - are thoroughly superb, Ed.
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