BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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CABBAGE WHITES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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It seems to be a good summer for cabbage whites, it’s very hot and sunny with plenty for these butterflies to feed on. Not as flashy as many butterflies they still have a unique beauty and are fun to photograph in some of their loopier poses.

29 thoughts on “CABBAGE WHITES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. The second one is a very good macrophoto. Love the capture of the butterfly hanging to the tiny yellow flower.

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  2. Very nice! 🙂 I still see quite a few but not in numbers like many years ago (when our river bank would be swarming with tons of them).

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  3. Nicely done. I find these guys harder to get good pictures of.

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  4. I’m a great butterfly fan – love these pictures! A 🙂

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  5. One doesn’t need to be flashy to be beautiful 🙂

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  6. So delicately and finely done, Belinda!

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  7. We have a lot of them just now too, but it’s a treat to see them up close through your photos, Belinda.

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  8. Nice captures, Belinda! Love the details of second image and delicate yellow flower

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  9. I love the cabbage whites. Sometimes we take them for granted because they are so common, but what a lovely fluttering presence they are on earth. So difficult to photograph due to their constant movement–makes these photos especially great. Thanks Belinda.

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  10. I say well done on capturing them at all: our cabbage whites seem to flutter about far too high and bob about far too quickly for me to even focus.

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  11. It’s nice you captured both sexes. Top one male.

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  12. Yes they are beautiful and well caught!

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  13. Delicately beautiful. ❤️

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