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I spied this Snakes head Fritillary under the trees in the woodland walk at West Dean, Singleton, West Sussex.
There was just a little glimmer of light breaking through the tree's which made it like a jewel in the woods.
+2 stop bias
Thanks so much to hugh for his user award on my snail yesterday , and to everyone for all their kind comments and clicks.
Have a good day, whatever you do.
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like both versions
so a half click each
Nice sharp image with great colour DOF.
Lovely shot, Ann, with the bloom so well isolated from the b/g - I think I prefer the slightly brighter V 2, but there's not much in it.
v1 for me - a beautiful capture
2 great brains think alike. Lovely image Ann,thanks for sharing.
Saw one of these the other day and didn't know what it was. Great colour and DOF, prefer V2.
Lovely image, great colours and light.
V1 for me.. Great colour
Very nice one!
Stunning shot, love the dark background
A lovely shot, forced to chose it would be V1. - gary
A jewel indeed and a gem of a photo.
Stunning shot Ann, don't think I have ever seen one of these, I will have to keep mu open , wonderful colour and detail, beautifully presented.
Lovely flower beautifully captured. Like both..........Sandy
RC on me, well taken images.
excellent image ann,both excellent.ray
love the light in v2 especially
I've been seeing a of of these Frillitaria on EPZ but I think this one is the best I've seen, such a beautiful colour especially in V1.
wonderful detailed capture ann cracking colours v2 for me today nice one
Wonderful detail, Can't say which i prefer--both lovely. You know I had these in my garden in Ontario for years had no idea what they were called , now I know
Beautifully captured, Ann. Good exposure for the colours & details.
So beautiful and so well captured Ann - Ina
A beautiful specimen that you've caught in such wonderful light
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