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a small white in Mr Nadaud's garden, taken in an October lunch break.
Fafnir says thank you and meow for sll your kind votes and comments and a special thank you to Joline for the UA.
Will try to catch up as much as possible over the weekend. Please don't feel forgotten.. I might only click.
Just too lovely for words! Ann.
Very nicely presented Annette,grate shot.
Beautifully captured and presented.
The frame works particularly well here.
Lovely image Annette.:
A very lovely image and your choice of frame for the presentation is excellent.
Very good close-up, Annette.
Beautifully detailed macro shot.
So beautiful! Colours, details, light and composition all spot on.
Great shot Annette well taken.
Well taken. Very pretty, super detail. Nicely presented.
October butterfly? We didn't even get any in mid summer! Lovely shot.
No need to catch up with my images, take it easy --- (well, I did post a Mennonite buggy) Wonderful butterfly capture!
Beautifully capture Annette ... Carol
A wonderful macro. I love how it is isolated against the pure black -- very creative border treatment as well.
This is an excellent capture with great colour and light Annette Well done
Very beautiful butterfly and flower capture. I also like the composition and color.
A lovely capture, Annette, still spotting the odd white in the meadow, despite the severe drop in temperature. Carol
It stands out beautifully against the background. Lovely composition.
A first class capture, especially with that tiny web crossing the screen.
A superb shot Annette, wonderful detail and colours.
Sharp enough to cut yourself on, great shot.
a great capture, super detail and light, nice dof as well.
Wonderful lighting and sharpness. Great image. Don
Excellent macro shot with wonderful light and colours , Annette.......
A lot of people scorn the white butter fly, but shots like this prove they are more Colourful than given credit for, like it, regards Leon.
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