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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
23 Apr 2011 8:15AM
A gorgeous capture, the details are fantastic. I like the unusual format, but I wonder if perhaps the butterfly is a little too tight in the frame. Just a personal thing, and probably just me! Smile

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23 Apr 2011 8:16AM
A real beauty Alan, nice detail and beautiful colour.

Len
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
23 Apr 2011 8:30AM

Quote:A gorgeous capture, the details are fantastic. I like the unusual format, but I wonder if perhaps the butterfly is a little too tight in the frame. Just a personal thing, and probably just me! Smile

I would agree with Karen, a tad too tightly cropped, but an excellent image. Carol
lammie 11
23 Apr 2011 8:36AM
Lovely image. Had to look twice at this, thought the butterfly was port of the plant at first glance.
moiral 6 12 Scotland
23 Apr 2011 9:05AM
Lovely sharp shot. Well captured. Moira
madbilly 7 1 4 England
23 Apr 2011 9:17AM
Nice detail & colour in this shot, well camouflaged butterfly

Bill
23 Apr 2011 10:09AM
Super colours in this one, Alan; cracking shot.
Dave.
23 Apr 2011 10:45AM
Good shot Smile
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
23 Apr 2011 12:50PM
Nice idea for this letterbox format but the butterfly does look a bit cramped.
Joan.
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
23 Apr 2011 3:38PM
Glad I read Karen's comment.I did not ''see'' the butterfly.I thought it was part of the flower !!
Good shot,and like the ''tight'' crop.
Mick.
borrower 7 4 England
24 Apr 2011 12:40AM
A beautiful image, excellent capture, Cheers Louise
24 Apr 2011 9:02AM
Great shot.

David
bunbeam 10 2 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2011 6:11PM
superb
bunSmile
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
25 Apr 2011 9:47PM
Superbly captured Alan, I find the females slightly easier to photograph than the males although they are harder to spot

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