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Very nice Smile

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CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
17 Jan 2013 3:34PM
Percection, Nigel, both the butterfly and the forget-me-not. Carol
17 Jan 2013 3:39PM
Super macro image Nigel
DonMc
bricurtis Plus
12 2.2k 49 England
17 Jan 2013 3:40PM
Immaculate Nigel - Lovely colour contrast with the skipper and the flower.
Brian.
NDODS Plus
7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2013 3:49PM
In image of the highest order Nigel.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
AnnJ Plus
6 5 Scotland
17 Jan 2013 3:50PM
Exquisite detail and beautifully composed. Ann.
17 Jan 2013 3:59PM
A beautifully detailed shot
Steve
TonyDy Plus
9 9 3 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2013 4:25PM
Brilliant shot, Nigel.
Tony
17 Jan 2013 4:27PM
Beautiful shot.
Sylvia
lovely crisp clean capture
david
Beautiful Smile
Steve_S Plus
12 180 3 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2013 7:19PM
Excellent Nigel, great BG too mate
Steve
Irishkate Plus
7 41 111 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2013 9:33PM
How beautiful is this with the butterfly so well positioned on the flower?
KateGrinGrinGrin
richmowil Plus
9 334 2 England
17 Jan 2013 10:23PM
So sharp and beautiful - great image
EMJAYCEE Plus
8 10 10 England
17 Jan 2013 11:21PM
When you think how small the flower and subject are one can appreciate the excellent result.
Joan.
teocali Plus
9 441 18 England
18 Jan 2013 12:15AM
Simply exquisite.
Sylvia
18 Jan 2013 1:26PM
lovely image great detail SmileSmile karen
annettep38 Plus
6 218 40 Costa Rica
18 Jan 2013 6:25PM
excellent capture. Now I wonder which one of the many different grizzled skippers it is? Andromeda?
Glostopcat Plus
11 255 2 England
20 Jan 2013 8:29PM
A fantastic close up of a species i've not seen for a good few years. Hopefully I'll get the chance to see some of these in the Forest of Dean next spring

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