BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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PINK-EDGED SULPHUR

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Butterfly

I saw quite a few sulphurs last year, all within the span of a few days. We were walking along some flower beds in a botanical garden hoping to see some painted lady butterflies.  The day was a bonanza of butterflies, we saw three different kinds, including the sulphur.

24 thoughts on “PINK-EDGED SULPHUR

  1. And speaking of sulphur, this fellow has two matchsticks for antennae.

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  2. A beauty, Belinda. You caught a great pose.

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  3. Lovely ‘face on’ shot!

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  4. Here’s looking (back) at you, kid. You even captured the mottling in those amazing eyes!

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  5. A beast at its feast! 🙂

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  6. Nice capture head on and a nice posy, too!

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  7. Wonderful lighting and very cool details, Belinda!

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  8. Nice Belinda! I like the angle you used for the butterfly head on!

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  9. It appears to have alighted on a zinnia. This is a lovely photograph, Belinda.

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  10. Very striking viewpoint, wonderful! 🙂

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  11. I have never seen one of these! How exciting! I was butterfly hunting today and spotted two I had never photographed before and one I’d never seen before. I hope my images come out as good as this when I upload them!

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