You managed a Comma photograph the same as I did today, well done. Phil
I'm very impressed on the number and quality of the butterflies you are getting!
I love seeing so many butterfly photos from all my blogging buddies! I'm really enjoying those that you've been sharing.
Niiiice... just love that shadow!Seeing that sun shine through its wings onto the leaves, you can see the detail of the wing structure... cool!
Great butterflies and dragons on your latest posts Frank. I love the Comma and was thrilled to 'capture' one myself recently.
This is a terrific shot, Frank. I have never seen a "Comma". He's beautiful.
Excellent shot of the Comma Frank; and the Speckled Wood in the previous post.Seem to be plenty of flutters about so far this year.
I know nothing about butterflies unfortunately but I CAN recognize their beauty - and you have great photos of them!
Hi "Early Birders". This is this first year I have really tried to capture butterflies, dragons etc., (much easier with digital than film) so I am very pleased with all your comments. Hopefully with time & some different locations I will be able to capture & post some other species before too long.Have a good week. FAB
Lovely Comma!! and you captured that shadow perfectly excellent shot Frank love it.
Wow! You sure do have some amazing photos of Butterflies Frank! I never see any. Maybe off in a distance where I can't get to them...Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I love my foxes..Ha! Any critter really. But I think I had better stop feeding them all. I'll have the whole woods here..Ha! Ha!Take care.
...gorgeous photo. The shadow really sets off the orange. I would love to see a Comma because the wings shape is so interesting.
These "visitors" are always welcome in my garden. :) Lovely shot of it Framk.
Nice one Frank - wonderful to get the shadow! I love this time of the year for all the flutters and dragons!
Simply beautiful!! I love the angle of the shot, love the shadow and of course the pretty colors of your butterfly friend!
Hi Crista, Ginny, Kelly, Joan, Tricia & Shelley. Thanks for leaving such appreciative words.
THAT is quite an impressive photo!1 I don't think we have commas here, but I'm so new to watching butterflies that I will have to check my butterfly book! What a handsome critter tho!! :)
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