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I watched this ragged red admiral butterfly yesterday drying itself off on my apple tree as it slowly came to life. Wonder where the poor thing is today in all this rain!
Thanks for looking.
lovely work, Tracy...
Nice use of dof. It's a red admiral not a tortoiseshell though
Marvellous use of light, colour and shadow.
Lovely shot, great lighting.
Great everything, love it a lot.
Excellent capture,Great lighting
Great colorful image, Tracy. Good work.
Nice work,quite effective.click
Fortunately, they have ways of hiding from the bad weather! I like the spotlight effect you have created here. Nice and sharp too.
Lovely image, great lighting effect
Nice idea Tracey :O)
Tracy, This has good detail and I like the vignette effect.
Love the dark background
great work, works really well
Many thanks everyone for all your lovely comments and encouragement, very much appreciated.
A Perfect image Tracy,love it.Take care.Ann
Many thanks Ann, your comments always very much appreciated.
Tracy very beautiful capture and the dark area surrounding really works well!
Many thanks Tony much appreciated.
Like it Tracy..the lighting on the front of the butterfly is like a spot light..
Brilliant capture Tracy. Very effective lighting. Like it.
Lovely lighting Tracy, very nice shot.
Superb lighting, excellent work.
Well worth the 30th.
Many thanks Don, Geoff, Clive and Ken for your comments, very much appreciated.
nice lighting effects!!
Lovely butterfly shot Tracy, nice effect you've applied.
Many thanks Thomas and Jason for your comments, very much appreciated.
clever bit of work, unusual, dramatic composition for a butterfly.
Many thanks Mick, much appreciated.
what a beautiful photo the lighting is amazing
if you want to know where it is now just look in my pictures (in the corner of the shed) waiting for the spring
Many thanks Maureen, much appreciated.
Like the vignetting effect in this, it really helps to draw the viewer into the picture.
Many thanks Rod for taking the time out to look and comment, much appreciated.
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