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Little Help?

By RachelMB
I wanted to get a series of shots of a butterfly emerging from its chrysalis, but I had to chose the one that couldn't get out very well, didn't I? Typical. Wink

I thought this shot of the two butterflies was quite interesting.

Again, taken at the Buckfast Butterfly Farm.

Tags: Butterflies Insects Butterfly Insect Chrysalis Close-up and macro Emerging Wildlife and nature

Voters: stevebostock, AlanBW, piccy and 9 more


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Comments


stevebostock 15 244 England
25 Aug 2006 9:12AM
stillwonder how you get a butterfly that big in a chrysalis that small....

anyhow, nice shot, like the blue of action against the static of the drying one

steveb
AlanBW 15 20 England
25 Aug 2006 9:17AM
Amazing shot, well done
bunbeam 15 2 United Kingdom
25 Aug 2006 9:38AM
brilliant shot
bunSmile)
Pogs 14 13 England
25 Aug 2006 9:59AM
This is a great shot. Well captured.
KarenFB Plus
15 5.6k 182 England
25 Aug 2006 10:16AM
A lovely shot, I like how we can see one very nearly ready, one on its way out and one out and drying! Good shot.
mickf1 15 2 England
25 Aug 2006 10:33AM
Lovely shot, three stages of birth, well captured.
Mick
RachelMB 15 42 10 England
25 Aug 2006 3:31PM
Gosh, I didn't notice the butterfly still in the chrysalis!

Thanks for the comments, everyone. Smile
jjwithamlao 14 5 1 England
25 Aug 2006 7:01PM
Super shot.
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
25 Aug 2006 7:51PM
Incredible images, Rachel, Keep them coming! jennnnnnnn
canongirl08 15 18 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2006 4:44PM
Great image rachel
Click
chelseak
Bernice010 15 9 England
29 Aug 2006 2:49PM
This makes a lovely photo as you can see the butterfly that has already emerged, the one starting to come out and the wing pattern in the chrysalis between them. A very interesting picture, well done.
paulcr Plus
16 1.5k 9 Ireland
29 Aug 2006 2:58PM
Superb, love the dormant one (second from right) Paul

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