Saturday, June 14, 2008

Camera Critters: Common Ringlet Butterfly

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My other Camera Critters post features an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterfly.

15 comments:

  1. Terrific close-up shot! It is amazing the detail on these wee creatures that we do not normally see :)

    My entry is here

    Please do stop by if you have a moment :) And have a great week ahead!

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  2. What an amazing close up shot!

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  3. Love your nature photos - and both the butterflies are beautiful!

    But for your description, I'd have believed that this is a moth, by the fuzz on its wings - but I guess the antennae are more reliable indicators?

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  4. I am so amazed at the close up shots people can get with there cameras this is great

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  5. I think you are absolutely amazing, my friend... but, you already knew that, didn't you? hehe Another absolutely awesome Andree shot!

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  6. I have also had some butterflies to appear as if by magic. I like your swallowtail with its perfect wings that, by fall, will be tattered and ripped and it is hard to imagine that they can still fly but they do.Nice photography.

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  7. Obviously, this guy was ready for his closeup.

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  8. *wow* Thats a cool closeup!

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  9. Great Macro shot.

    pop and see my CC

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  10. When I opened up the screen, I thought it would fly off ...sandy

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  11. Wow! Incredible shot! Absolutely beautiful.

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  12. Andrée...it is a wonderful area for nature photography. Your ringlet photo is nice. I have photographed four or five around here and they are so very different from each other.

    My previous CCM post featured a Yellow-headed Blackbird. You can see it here: http://ashrunner.blogspot.com/2008/06/camera-critter-sunday-no-9.html

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