BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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SULPHUR BUTTERFLY (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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Sulpher-2It’s been a terrific year for butterflies in my part of the country. When visiting a local botanical garden, in among the clouds of painted ladies was this solitary sulphur butterfly. I went back a day later and I saw it again. Unlike the painted ladies who were constantly on the move, the sulphur, Pink-edged or Clouded (I’m not sure which) savoured the nectar for a while.

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24 thoughts on “SULPHUR BUTTERFLY (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Wonderful captures and excellent detail, Belinda! We’ve had a shortage of butterflies, too, and when I do see one it is often just the one.

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  2. I wish if I could press the like button multiple times…
    Adorable clicks❤️🤗

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  3. Fascinating tongue action, amazing detail! Excellent, Belinda!

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  4. Love the green eyes – nice shots, Belinda! The butterflies have been great here as well, lots of Monarchs, which is heartening.

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  5. Excellent images, and captures, Belinda! I do love that shade of green, and oh, the soft fuzziness of that top one is wonderful!

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  6. Very Nice Belinda! Love the colors and the composition!

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  7. Wonderful images, my friend! A 🙂

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  8. Beautiful, Belinda! We had many butterflies this summer. Such a treat!

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  9. Very lovely images Belinda! The colours and details are wonderful.

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  10. This one is a real beauty enjoying what the zinnia flower has to offer.

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  11. Like a beautiful little Tinkerbell fairy! So delicate and dainty. And sitting on one of my favourite flowers, the zinnia with its pastel colours so intense and opaque. I love these two photos, especially the second one that shows the butterfly in profile. Just so lovely, Belinda.

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