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Yellow Banded Skipper.

Yellow Banded Skipper. by NigelKiteley

Stunning shot Nigel! A species on my wanted list. Didn't realise they occurred in France? Where about did you capture this? I was planning on heading to Bulgaria to search these out next year maybe...

Lesser Spotted Fritillary

Lesser Spotted Fritillary by NigelKiteley


Attractive perch, superb detail in this scale perfect specimen and a great pose. Can't get much better than this!

Adonis Blue 2014 No 4

Adonis Blue 2014 No 4 by tomcat

Super shot there Adrian!

Interesting to see you've swapped the 7D for a 6D. Have you tried it for macro yet? I tried a 5D (II I think) several years ago. Great for noise but depth of field on full frame was a bit of an issue for me so I've rejected full frame ever since. The new 50MP 5D's with crop mode might tempt me to have another look as it effectively gives the same cropped image I get now with the 70D and the option of a beast of a full frame image for landscapes or distant macro/wildlife stuff where depth of field is less of a problem. I've been envious of the high res Nikon's for a while now and might have swapped over to them if my old camera and macro lens didn't both die on me just days before holidays in each case!

Western Dappled White.

Western Dappled White. by NigelKiteley

Awesome shot Nigel. Pin sharp throughout. Great colours, excellent composition. Can't get any better than this.

Winter is long... spring can't be far off now surely!! Smile

Male Stonechat (Saxicola rubicola)

Male Stonechat (Saxicola rubicola) by DerekL

Superb shot Derek. Great pose and nice complementary background. Been chasing a few of these at my local patch recently but not with such good results as this!

Brambling (Fringilla montifringilla)

Brambling (Fringilla montifringilla) by DerekL

Stunning shot of a stunning bird. Not something we get down this way. Don't think I've ever seen one myself!

new born

new born by ruurd

A great event to see and photograph but needs more depth of field!!

I notice in the exif data for a lot of your shots you use something like f4.5 so only a tiny part of the image is in focus. If you go to f8-f10 or even more you would have much better results.

Sriped Lychnis

Sriped Lychnis by Andy_brown

Really great shot Andy. You should learn how to resize and sharpen before uploading they it would look even better still!

Funnily enough I was looking at my shots of these yesterday!

Male Bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula)

Male Bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula) by DerekL

Some real stunners Derek!

Only ever seen two of these and never managed a photograph. One on the target list for the future hopefully!!

Bearded Tit

Bearded Tit by JohnoP

Stunning shot John!

One of my favourite local birds, but despite many visits I don't see them often and getting a photo is a real challenge! I can imagine the combination of wind and low light made this pretty challenging and to get such a great shot is a massive achievement in those conditions!!

Marbled White

Marbled White by NigelKiteley

Awesome detail and depth of field. Great POV!!

Iridescent Clouds in the Pyrenees

Iridescent Clouds in the Pyrenees by Gaucho

That's got to be some sight to see for real. Just as an image it doesn't look like something at all natural!

I can imagine the wind is doing all sorts of weird things up there to generate these!

Long-tailed Tit (Aegithalos caudatus)

Long-tailed Tit (Aegithalos caudatus) by DerekL

Another cracker. One of my favourite birds. Love the rain drops!

Pearl Bordered Fritillary

Pearl Bordered Fritillary by NigelKiteley

Superb shot Nigel. Great to find one in this pose on something that can hold it up that isn't at the same time hiding it from this angle. Very nicely done!

Great angle too to get everything in focus within those couple of millimetres you have to play with! Smile

what have we here?

what have we here? by CarolG

Duper shot Carol! I saw lots of these exo skeletons in Portugal. Would love to see one if these when they batch. Is thus one from last year?

Female Reed Bunting 3

Female Reed Bunting 3 by ade123

Super detailed shot and great colours too!

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Added Date: 29/01/2008 - 9:21 PM


I found your profile from a comment on one of my photos. All things I love to photograph myself. Especially butterflies. I get to Africa at least once a year and I always try to photograph them then. You are very spoilt to be living in a place with such wildlife variety!


Added Date: 02/12/2005 - 1:26 PM

First one here? Surely not!

One of the best butterfly shooters on EPZ. Alas we all have a certain French guy amongst us with a seemingly endless supply of subjects who keeps hogging the top spot!!

Oh, and there is that thing you have about fungi Wink

Cracking portfolio Matt which is one of my highlights on EPZ!


Added Date: 18/03/2006 - 2:50 PM

Nice portfolio... some really great shots here.

I guess you thought the same of mine also since you decided to steal my image for your own use on other sites without so much as a click as a way of thanks as you stole it. Cheers!

I wonder if you honoured the others whose images you stole with a click?


Added Date: 30/11/2005 - 2:03 PM

Not seen this box before and looks like I am the first here!

All I can say is you are a master of many fields Geoff!


Added Date: 01/12/2005 - 1:55 PM

Ah... I see we have a new feature!

A fantastic portfolio Ade. One of my favourites both for the photography and the natural history in the pictures.

The full size images are one good incentive for me to renew my E2 subscription in a couple of weeks when it runs out!


Added Date: 03/12/2005 - 11:03 AM

Bin 'em. Bin 'em all I say! Wink

That way the rest of us don't look so bad. The undisputed EPZ king of the flutterbys.


Added Date: 01/12/2005 - 1:57 PM

I meant to add that I know know what the custom image we can upload is meant for having looked at yours!