Monday, 1 July 2013

Feeding Inverted

Nature never ceases to amaze one.
This Brimstone is hanging upside down by its feet on this tiny flower and feeding at the same time.


Sorry, I know its butterflies again, but after last year it is good to celebrate by posting a lot that can be observed and photographed this year.





19 comments:

  1. HI Roy Yes you have to photograph when you have the butterflies and the catch to capture them. Great shots as usual. I noticed tht the last 2 posts of your did not have my comments on, I hope blogger is not stopping some comment as it is making my replies all disappear!!! Margaret

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    1. Thanks Margaret, not seen the comments since the L Skipper.

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    2. Margaret, have discovered your comments in the spam section. Thanks.

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  2. je hebt hem toch maar mooi voor de lens gekregen meestal als ik mijn camera op ze richt zijn ze al verdwenen.

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  3. No need to apologise Roy, I personally love seeing your butterfly shots, especially these beautiful Brimstones :-) Keep them coming :-)

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  4. You really nailed the last image.

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  5. Hey Roy...Oh that first is a stunning shot, just gorgeous!!
    Although I am insanely jealous of you and your hat full, I never tire of seeing them ; )!!
    Grace

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  6. Don't apologise for the butterflies I'm relying on your pictures to see any this year or so it feels! Although I did see a speckled wood and a peacock or admiral (couldn't tell without my book and it flew off before I could get a pic) at home yesterday so things are improving!

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  7. I think your butterfly photos are marvelous Roy, such beautiful flowers too.
    Denise
    An English Girl Rambles

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  8. Butterfleis are beautiful Roy, so don't apologise. I love to see them on your blog. The last picture is realy wonderful and sharp.

    Regards,
    Marianne

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  9. These Brimstone have amazing beautiful mapped. I realize that I actually agree butterflies to place :-)

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