Friday, 31 July 2009

Garden Visitor

A Speckled Wood feeding on Helenium.
Have a great weekend everyone. FAB

10 comments:

  1. Excellent shot Frank!! The colors are very lovely indeed :)

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  2. This picture not only has great content but a curious mirror-image balance as well. Well done.

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  3. ...very pretty butterfly. He almost has a frosted look to him. (the flower is gorgeous!!)

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  4. Crista, John (BABW) & Kelly. As usual it was a fleeting moment but worth capturing. Thanks.

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  5. Great composition
    Very striking indeed
    The darker of the two subspecies Pararge Aegeria Tirsis is the one normally found in the UK
    But the more orangey one from Europe Pararge Aegeria Aegeria is now commonly seen here too
    They both seem to be in abundance in my garden this year

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  6. Wonderful shot Frank! Thank-you... have a great weekend yourself :-D

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  7. Professor A B Yaffle. Many thanks for the additional info on the subspecies.

    shirl. You are very welcome. I think I'm in for a few household chores!

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  8. That is a superb image Frank, just brilliant.

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  9. I agree with Roy - it's simply brilliant. Love the colors.

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