Monday, 3 June 2013

More Greens and Whites

Some of my latest images of butterflies collected on recent walks.

Green Hairstreak.






Large White.




Green-veined White.






They are not great, but I have included a couple of shots below of a pair of Brimstone flying high around tree top height. The female is being pursued by the male of course and they fly around in circles as they climb.





14 comments:

  1. Excellent set of flutter images Roy, love the Brimstone in flight shots...[;o)

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  2. Hi Roy,

    I think the shots are great, The last two included. It's beautiful in this blue sky and that you were able to catch flying butterflies!!!

    Regards,
    Marianne

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  3. wow - I'm impressed Roy. Lovely butterflies. I'm not sure why it is - I never see a variety of butterflies here. A couple of varieties, that's all. Must be all the meadow flowers attract them and certainly make for beautiful photographs from you

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    1. Thanks Carole, we are having a better year for flutters.

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  4. Hi Roy Well you have don it again. wonderful set of photos. Margaret

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  5. Hi Roy,

    green butterflies that I find beautiful. In the Netherlands they only come on eht island Texel but last time I saw one in a different place. Luckily I could just have two pictures of it.
    Superb blog with the green butterfly's but also your fluttering butterflies in the sky I find very well done.






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  6. Simply beautiful images again Roy and well done capturing the Brimstones in flight :-)

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  7. Hey Roy.. I didn't show up on my list until this morning! Wow sure glad I didn't miss these beauties!!
    They are all stunning shot's, but you know the Green-Veined White on the Blue Bell is my favorite : )
    The in flight ones are great!!
    Grace

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