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  • kiss me

    Please stop putting frogs on fungi, which misrepresents nature and is potentially harmful to the photo subjects, especially the frogs (by handling them).

    A photo and 'likes' for it are not important compared to the welfare of the subjects portrayed.

    • 20 Oct 2019 7:52PM
  • kiss me

    Quote:Well spotted and captured. I bet you had to act fast to get the image, for fear of the frog jumping away?

    Not well spotted or requiring any fast reactions I'm afraid, because this and all the other frog on fungi shots are fake with the frogs picked up and put on the caps for a 'cute' photo. I and many other nature photographers deplore this practice.

    • 19 Oct 2019 7:48AM
  • king

    Unnatural image of nature... read this

    • 27 Oct 2018 6:51PM
  • Swallowtail

    Thanks to everyone for their kind comments, votes and awards! Much appreciated Grin
    • 24 Sep 2018 9:26PM
  • Black Pennant

    Thanks to everyone for their votes, kind comments and awards! Much appreciated Grin
    • 26 May 2018 11:07PM
  • Eastern Dappled White

    Thanks to everyone for their comments and to Ron for his award! Much appreciated! Grin

    • 22 Mar 2018 7:12PM
  • Eastern Dappled Whites

    Thank you all for your kind words and awards, much appreciated! Grin
    • 22 Mar 2018 7:10PM
  • Colias crocea

    Very crisp and clean, well taken - and Happy New Year!

    Best wishes,
    • 7 Jan 2016 9:52PM
  • Twywell 2014 No 20

    Nothing wrong with the butterfly but for me the composition doesn't really work due to the perch used. The blown out areas kill it - white can be a tricky colour to work with!

    Just my opinion for what its worth Adrian.

    Look forward to more marblies - have to travel to find them myself so a rare treat to photograph them!

    • 15 Jun 2014 1:25PM
  • Twywell 2014 No 18

    Female CBs like this are indeed a joy to behold when you see them in the field and you've gone and captured this beauty in a fine image too!

    • 9 Jun 2014 11:47PM
  • Green Hairstreak

    Thanks Andy. In Rhodes, Greece. They're quite common in spring and one can see them in large numbers in the right habitat at the right time.

    • 28 May 2014 12:14AM
  • Female Orange Tip

    Very crisp! Smile

    Well done!
    • 21 May 2014 7:45PM
  • mayfly

    Nicely done Gary Smile

    • 21 May 2014 7:44PM
  • Long-tailed Blue

    Thanks for all the kind comments.

    We're sponsoring a wildlife photo comp & first prize is 2 places on a wildlife hol to Rhodes in April 2015 - several EPZ peeps ought to enter! Smile

    • 21 May 2014 7:38PM
  • European Bee-eater

    Great shot, well done!
    • 18 May 2014 11:16PM
  • Speckled Wood butterfly

    Underside of a Speckled Wood butterfly Richard, not a mere moth Smile
    • 18 May 2014 5:54PM
  • Odalisque

    Thanks everyone! And a special thanks to Ade for his award, much appreciated Smile
    • 17 May 2014 11:26PM
  • View from 1150m high

    Great view - I'll be up there this year! Smile
    • 16 Jan 2014 1:56PM
  • Reaching up the clouds

    Great shot (and yesterdays too) George. Did you go all the way to the top?

    • 13 Jan 2014 10:08PM
  • Merry Christmas !

    A really well made image George! Smile

    Have a great Christmas and New Year! Who knows, we may bump into one another out taking photos there in Rhodes Smile

    • 21 Dec 2013 4:40PM
  • Orchid

    Thanks everyone Smile

    Already looking forward to spring coming George! Smile
    • 15 Dec 2013 11:44PM
  • 'Sousoulidi' Savra for George!

    Thanks all Smile This was taken with a 100mm macro so I had to be pretty close to get the detail captured. It is all about patience, perseverance, luck and fieldcraft. I can easily spend 15-30 mins gaining their 'trust', or at least getting them to think I'm part of the landscape and no threat. Which calls for sloth like movement usually! Smile
    • 4 Dec 2013 11:17PM
  • Balkan Green Lizard

    Thanks all Smile

    Which species is called Sousoulidi George? Anatololacerta oertzeni? Ophisops elegans?

    • 3 Dec 2013 11:46AM
  • Kourkoutavlos

    Glad to have made your day George Smile I'd like to get a shot of Platoni to upload one day too Smile Got any other local names of wildlife you'd like to share?

    Thanks to everyone else for their kind comments and votes too!
    • 2 Dec 2013 11:09PM
  • Storm

    Pretty wild weather isn't it! Today was very bad too, tons of rain & lightning. Sad about the lost lives. The road near the airport needs to be rebuilt so it bridges the river, not passes right on at the same level.

    • 25 Nov 2013 7:45PM
  • Temple of Apollo

    Great composition and exposure control George. I've been in that exact position on Monte Smith many times and taken a few similar shots, but prefer yours. The clouds in the sky add something to it too, more interesting than the uniform blue so often over Rhodes.

    • 11 Nov 2013 6:49PM
  • Temple of Apollo

    I spend many happy hours here, recording lots of wildlife through the seasons Smile

    • 2 Oct 2013 4:55PM
  • Stepping up the hill onward to the temple of Apollo.

    Have climbed these many times Smile
    • 1 Oct 2013 6:13PM
  • Darwin's Heath?

    Pearly Heath. Darwin's doesn't have such a pronounced broad postdiscal band, which is very evident here.

    Agree about the area, which is why we've got a guided tour there and in Mercantour for July 2014, with Roger Gibbons - the authority on the butterflies in that area.

    Now, waffle over, it is a lovely shot so well done!

    • 23 Sep 2013 8:10PM
  • Adonis Blue Male

    Top notch!
    • 5 Sep 2013 11:29PM