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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Friday, 3 May 2013

Orange-tip Butterfly. (Anthocharis cardamines)

Butterfly time  again, it has been a long time coming.



41 comments:

  1. je hebt hem al heel mooi,ja dat gaat allemaal weer komen.

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  2. What a pretty little dude. Love that the wing colors match the leaf.

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  3. Very nice Bob indeed. One of my missions in the next few days...... I hope!

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  4. Wow, really magnificent, Bob. I have never seen one. Too bad. Have a nice (sunny) weekend. Greetings, Joke

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  5. these shots are gorgeous, bob. as is your header picture.

    have a nice weekend my friend~

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  6. Bob, ein seltenes Exemplar. Einen solch
    wunderbaren Sschmetterling sah ich zuvor nie.
    Einen guten Start ins Wochenende wünscht
    Irmi

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  7. Wat mooi Bob nog nooit gezien lieve groetjes Danielle

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  8. Beautiful butterfly you caught!

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  9. So lovely to see Bob... though it's gone a bit dull here before the weekend... I hope I do get to see some.

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  10. Exellent shots Bob!Very beautiful butterfly!
    Have a lovely weekend!
    Dimi..

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  11. wow Gorgeous ! so well captured, so close ! wonderful

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  12. It sure has and it sure is a treat to see what your camera finds.

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  13. marvelous! he looks like a moldy leaf. :)

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  14. WOW tremendous detail !! Love it.

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  15. I am glad it did sit still long enough for you to capture it, because it must be busy enjoying the sun, showing off its beauty, and hunting for sweet sap of course!
    Make something good out of your weekend Bob! :-)

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    1. Yes, I am pleased that it sat still.

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  16. Awesome header, Bob, as were the horsetails, wagtail, and this orange-tip. Great shots.

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  17. Good to see it Bob. It must be time for autumn.

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  18. Bob! Have Never seen such!!! amazing


    Friendly ALOHA
    from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral
    ~ > < } } ( ° > <3

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  19. Oh Bob!! he's lovely,I like his fluffy little head and body!!:) A really fantastic capture.

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  20. Super images Bob. I saw my first Orange Tip of the year a couple of days ago, unfortunately it didn't hang around long enough for a portrait session!...[;o)

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    1. No, they don't hang about do they.

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  21. That is indeed one the prettiest pieridae that appears in spring!
    2 beautiful photos, well done done Bob!
    Have a great day!

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  22. Excellent Bob.
    Saw my first Orange Tip of the year a couple of days ago. Good to see them.

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  23. Great pictures of butterflies, Bob.
    A great weekend.
    Best wishes, Irma

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  24. But again Bob ... and so beautiful.
    I wish you good weekend.
    A hug.

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  25. I am sure that we don't have this stunning butterfly in eastern Canada. It is gorgeous and as usual, photographed perfectly.

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  26. Beautiful butterfly, Bob! Awesome photos!

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  27. Hello Bob,

    what dor an extraordniary exemplar - I didn`t see in my life - and I like butterflies :)
    It is phantastic ti see the hairs and the venes - great shoots!

    Regards Senna

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  28. Beautiful butterfly. I have never seen such. Beautiful photos.

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  29. Wow, what a unique butterfly! I see how it's wings matches the leave's texture for camouflage...

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  30. Bob, oh what a beauty! Great capture! We're getting a few in the back yard too!

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  31. Very nice this orange tips. I got them today for the first time of my life in eht really seen and also a mating couple.

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  32. Bonita y peluda mariposa. Un abrazo,

    Nice and hairy butterfly. A hug,

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  33. Wow, you got so much detail here; I can see the hairs so clearly!

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  34. Wow! Verry beautiful details!

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