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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Mandarin Duck head. And the Common House Sparrow by Dave Key on our Guest Photos.

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Friday, 25 March 2011

Peacock butterfly (Forest of Dean)

What a beautiful day, yes, it came nearly to 20°c. Hot and spicey.


24 comments:

  1. Wow! What a beauty! SUCH color and love those 'eyes'! :)

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  2. Lucky you. You got a butterfly. Well done. Have a nice weekend

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  3. It's the time of the butterflies, and what a beauty you captured.

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  4. Fantastic...a beautiful butterfly.

    Greeting, Joop

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  5. What a Beautiful Butterfly! I have never seen one of those before. Nice capture! :)

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  6. What a lovely co-operative butterfly! A real beauty.

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  7. We're all eagerly awaiting the warmer weather. I can see the Peacock butterfly was enjoying "your" hot & spicy day. :0)

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  8. This one is in good condition. the first ones are usually very tatty. I wonder what they eat so early in the season.

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  9. A real stunner!! I'd be so excited if I saw one!

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  10. Great capture of a beauty, Bob.

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  11. Jaki piękny, u mnie jeszcze za zimno.
    Pozdrawiam.

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  12. Sounds like a perfect day. I envy your fine weather and your beautiful photography finds.

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  13. Fantástica especie. Tus macros son muy originales. Here in Spain, the butterflies also are reborn. Bravo, Bob !

    Ramón García

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  14. ciao.

    ottimo post anche io amo la natura .

    un saluto dall'ITALIA

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  15. they are sound asleep where I live. And 20 degC, well that will take a while. I live in Sweden. :)



    nfbird.blogspot.com

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  16. Hallöchen, ooooooooh ein Tagpfauenauge, wie schön!!
    Ciao und eine schöne Woche wünsche ich Dir
    Crissi

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  17. Oh I just saw this lovely series...cannot wait for our butterflies to appear!

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  18. Que linda borboleta!

    Parabéns pelas fotos!

    Abraços,
    Lu

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  19. What a good looking Peacock butterfly! The first picture was amazing!

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