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An almost fringeless butterfly, settling down to roost on the seedhead of a cistus, captured in the late evening as the sun was about to disappear.
Excellent images. Deep
Two wonderful images Carol.
Beautiful Carol, V2 is perfect.
Love the colour scheme
Two gorgeous shots.
I think I prefer version 2 today - the butterfly is nearly the 'right way up'. I don't know why, but (and of course this is just my opinion) I always think it's easier on the eye when the butterfly is the right way up. I think had version one been rotated 90deg clockwise I would have preferred version 1.
Love the detail they are so pretty.
Both are extremely beautiful and well composed capture on balance I prefer No. 2.
2 super images Carol, great detail captured in both,
The very best of Carol G photography. Which if you say fast is somewhat of a catchy slogan.
Lovely colour and detail Carol! They're both super but on balance v2 for me.
Two superb images, with V2 just having the edge for me
such a pretty one .... V2 for a vote today
Both images so well captured for detail and colour with V 2 for just having the edge b/o the orientation of the insect and perch within the frame, Carol.
Agree with Ronnie comments here Carol.
I think I marginally prefer V2 but it's close. Both are beautifully poised and have a soft, sunlit gentleness in the light and tones.
Super detail. V2 gets my vote.
Morning Carol. Don't mind the orientation in v1, I never know which way up I am most of the time anyway!! v2 I prefer though, for the diagonal composition and the slightly darker background. Two fine images.
Upside down or not I think I prefer V1.
Very harmonious blend of colours.
Spot on in all respects Carol, V1 for me,
Two superb images, Carol.
Prefer the more diagonal composition of V2 here Carol, but both images are very worthy.....
Magnificent shots! Gorgeous butterfly... Wow...
Beautiful Carol V2 is my fave too.
Love both Carol excellent light and clarity, a big shortage of these insects in Wales this year.
I am a bit worried about Nathan! I know he has not been well and I see he has been removed from the site, does any one know if he is all right! if you do know please put our minds at rest.
Two real beauties here Carol (better than spiders!!)
Two cracking close-ups here, Carol, top-notch as always
Two beauties Carol.......Sandy
two wonderful shots
your best I think!!
Both excellent images Carol,superb shots..Lin
Have you got any upside down ones as I tend to prefer those! lol. what a lovely couple of shots, the DOF is very good the detail is top drawer, I like both and will rotate them when I get them home! ha ha ha 35c. I would not last long in that heat mind you got the heating on here! OH! happy days, regards Leon.
Great work,love it.........
Very nice Carol. V2 gets my vote today. Excellent in every detail.
Two lovely captures.
Great detail and lovely russet tones.
stunning especially v2
2 Great shots Carol.
2 beautiful shots Carol. Good detail. Moira
Two excellent and beautiful shots Carol, with fantastic detail.
Two terrific close ups of this member of the blue family, I'm with the majority in favouring v2
Two fine captures Carol - I'm not going to choose one.
Two lovely images tones & light Carol...
Its also still warm here....about three drops of rain last week ,
Nature is fascinating. It is interesting to see the similarity of markings and colour between plant and critter.
two gooduns Carol
a lovely peaceful capture
two wonderful shots Carol.
'Superb Images & Composition' ~ Peter
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