Monday, 20 June 2011

Catching Up.

These are a few birds from the past week, including our first Siskin in the wild instead of on a red peanut bag in the garden. We also had our first Spotted Flycatchers for this year.
The Butterflies and Moths have been taken over the last couple of weeks.






























16 comments:

  1. LOVE these! Your butterfly photos are just excellent - so bright, so colorful, so sharp. And what a variety!

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  2. Great shots John, some of the butterflies are fantastic.

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  3. You guys have been getting around a bit. Loved the green hairstreak. Is that a Silver-bordered Fritillary? Chased my first one for nearly a mile to get a photo. The next time I found one it found me.

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  4. Great post and I am loving your new banner image!

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  5. Cracking set of images as always, John & Sue.

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  6. Beautiful collection. Some of these species were seen by me in Poland too:) Great job:)

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  7. Fantastic selection again John, with some great butterfly shots.
    cu soon

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  8. They are a fabulous collection of butterfly images; so vibrant, so beautiful.

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  9. Hi John,
    Lovely butterfly photo`s! Very jealous of the Small-bordered Pearl Fritillary!
    J
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  10. Great shots as always, particularly like the Fritillary and the Green Hairstreaks.

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  11. The butterfly set is very impressive, but I'll give a lot to get a nice shot of the siskin like this... We start to have breeding pairs of them around and a couple was spotted with 3 chicks not so far from home. I'm just waiting for a nice sunny day to try to get them ;-)

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  12. So many beautiful winged creatures! Your photographs are outstanding, as always! Exquisite detail and color. Awesome series!

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  13. excelentes fotos, mesmo a meu gosto ....parabéns, vou voltar mais vezes para seguir tuas publicações

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  14. A very nice and diversified serie! The red and black butterfly is my favorites of those ;)

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  15. Thank you all,for your great comments.
    Much appreciated.
    John.

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