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Barnack No 7

By tomcat    
A newly emerged Six-spot Burnet Zygaena filipendulae, from last Saturday's mini session at Barnack

Forecast for the area is white cloud, before becoming fair and sunny, so if I can be there for six in the morning, the light should be nigh on perfect.

I'm afraid to many G & T's and slices of lime, got the better of me yesterday eveningWink

Seems I have some catching up, to do againSmile


Adrian

Tags: Insects Wildlife Moths Barnack Lincolnshire Six-spot burnet Wildlife and nature

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Comments


Norfolkboy 11 1 4 England
10 Aug 2012 6:00PM
A superb image again, Adrian. Not seen a single one around here yet.
Colin

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CarolG Plus
10 199 20 Greece
10 Aug 2012 6:20PM
Perfection, Adrian. Carol
RonnieAG Plus
7 154 116 Scotland
10 Aug 2012 6:27PM
Superb nature shot, Adrian.
Ronnie.
chase Plus
11 1.1k 246 England
10 Aug 2012 6:30PM
Nicely done Adrian with your usual expert application of dof.
achieverswales 6 8 101 Wales
10 Aug 2012 6:47PM
Stunning again Adrian, the background again superb, tell me do you hand hold or use a tripod or monopod, be interesting to know because the captures are so sharp.


Regards

Trev.
tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2012 7:04PM

Quote:Stunning again Adrian, the background again superb, tell me do you hand hold or use a tripod or monopod, be interesting to know because the captures are so sharp.


Regards

Trev.



PM'd you TrevWink
TonyDy Plus
8 7 3 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2012 7:26PM
Lovely shot, Adrian.
Tony
NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2012 8:36PM
An exceptionally informative pre-narrative, supported by a simply exquisite image Adrian, depicting this rather beautifully captured Six-Spotted Burnett.

Regards Nathan
MandyD Plus
8 16,777.2k 1 England
10 Aug 2012 8:53PM
Fabulous macro!
pamelajean Plus
11 979 1891 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2012 9:03PM
A great capture of the moth newly emerged from the pupal case.
Glostopcat 11 255 2 England
10 Aug 2012 10:25PM
A top class macro Adie, you are still a shandy drinking larry lightwweight though!Wink The Big O would be horrified if you ordered a G&T in one of the ciderhouses of Bedminster!!!!TongueGrin
10 Aug 2012 10:49PM
It's the lime that does it!!! Lovely photo though and well caught with the pupae case too!
11 Aug 2012 12:01AM
Excellent. Elaine
Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2012 9:27AM
That is so crisp clear Adrian
a beautiful capture
Lillian
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
12 Aug 2012 12:20AM
I like the way the cherry red glows against the dark part of the wing. wonderful light.
Chinga Plus
6 3 1 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2012 1:35PM
The perch is wonderful, the colours on the insect are stunning... Wow...
IB

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