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Wood Sorrel

By KarenFB
I've just come back from a walk down by the pond. It is gorgeous out there! Wandering amongst all the Primroses, Celendines and Wood Sorrel was a real treat!

The bugs have started coming out now, on my wander I saw several different Hover Flies, a Peacock Butterfly and a Bee Fly (of which I only caught it's bum, so not for sharing today).

I thought I would share this Wood Sorrel instead (hopefully I shall be able to get a decent Bee Fly image soon!).

Tags: Flower Flowers and plants Wood sorrel


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boov Plus
3 2 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2013 2:28PM
Lovely shot.. brill

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15 Apr 2013 2:31PM
Great detail and light. A pretty image......Sandy
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
15 Apr 2013 3:17PM
Such a delicate little flower, Karen, and perfectly captured. All I've managed with bee flies is a totally oof set of images so far Smile. The one time I could have caught one at rest on my leg was when I didn't have my camera to hand Sad Carol
johnke 3 223 15
15 Apr 2013 3:29PM
Well captured Karen , detail in the white a fantastic DOF , a really beautiful image...John
SlowSong Plus
7 6.2k 29 England
15 Apr 2013 4:07PM
Saw my first butterfly of the year yesterday. Think that was a peacock too although it fluttered away so fast I didn't get a good look. But did have a huge bumble bee sunbathing on my front path today. Smile

SUch a pretty flower, Karen.
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Lovely capture.
KarenFB Plus
10 4.6k 167 England
15 Apr 2013 4:36PM
Thanks everyone! Grin

Okay, re: Bee Fly.................the race is on!!!! Wink
16 Apr 2013 7:39AM
BeautifulSmile
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
16 Apr 2013 5:31PM
A lovely image of spring Karen, it looks like you are ahead of us further South although I did see my first bumblebees of the year today and a peacock and brimstone butterfly. As for catching the bee fly on camera you have no chance it bee flying far too fast for your little compact to snap!Wink
KarenFB Plus
10 4.6k 167 England
16 Apr 2013 5:35PM
Grin Lol!! Thanks Edmund!

A Brimstone!! I've never seen one!

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