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Paul_R 7 5 2 England
18 Jul 2010 9:15AM
Excellent macro. -Paul-

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18 Jul 2010 9:15AM
stunning
nickyv32 9 135 England
18 Jul 2010 9:17AM
Very nice, great shot

Nicky
paulbroad 9 114 1048 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2010 9:19AM
A very nice macro image, but in the terms of graphic art rather than natural history. The butterfly is easily identified, and the background colour suites whilst being rather un-natural.

Paul
francisg 12 703 1 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2010 9:36AM
An excellent macro shot.
18 Jul 2010 9:36AM
Beautiful capture

Chris
W1ldside 6 29 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2010 9:46AM
Good combo ~ Main subject to backdrop.....
Rick
KBan 11 490 4 England
18 Jul 2010 9:54AM
spot on

keith
18 Jul 2010 10:18AM
Thanks Paul,

I am afraid I cannot choose the meadow where this butterfly decides to live and its habitat. This image is as natural as it gets though despite your rather blinkered comment. You may be unaware that our recent spell of good weather has left us with lots of dry meadows which is what has caused it to appear yellow in colour.

I do appreciate your comment and can see why you would think it unnatural but again I can assure you this is 100% natural and taken in the field where it lives.

Many thanks, Pete


Quote:A very nice macro image, but in the terms of graphic art rather than natural history. The butterfly is easily identified, and the background colour suites whilst being rather un-natural.

Paul

18 Jul 2010 5:36PM
Good Macro work well done.
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
18 Jul 2010 6:16PM
A fine close up of this marbled white, exceptional detail and clarity
pudd64 6 16 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2010 10:18PM
love this capture,sometimes i'm confused on what some people are looking for in a pictre
Quote:A very nice macro image, but in the terms of graphic art rather than natural history. The butterfly is easily identified, and the background colour suites whilst being rather un-natural.

Paul

Fabulous detail, setting and background!! Great job!!
alecs 9 1 Wales
9 Aug 2010 1:57PM
Really nice shot and yes I agree thats what happens with the right light on dry grass. Got some old velvia slides look exactly the same.
Alec

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