Purfylle: My Photo Capture - Shot 36 Cabbage Moth

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Sunday, 16 August 2015

My Photo Capture - Shot 36 Cabbage Moth






29 comments:

  1. Woweee! Great shot! We posted a butterfly last week and are always amazed at their beauty #MySundayPhoto

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    1. Butterfly's do have something magical about them don't they?

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  2. Nice shots! I don't know what it is about butterflies and bees - I always have to stop and try and catch a shot :)

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    1. I've been trying for ages to get a butterfly. This is the first one that has stood still long enough for me to capture it. One of those little photographer moments of 'Yeah! I finally shot it'.

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  3. Wow so much detail amazing shots, Clio lending a helping hand for Coombe Mill

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  4. such stunning detail. i love these! hope you are feeling a bit better after the death of your puss. i know it takes a long time.

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    1. Thank you Sherry. It's never easy but I can get my head around writing again.

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  5. What a wonderful photos! You have captured so much detail!

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  6. Wow the detail in these photos is incredible. Lovely photos

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. Thanks Darren :o) Thanks for hosting the linky that keeps me taking photos!

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  7. Simply amazing! What a wonderfol macro!

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  8. So beautiful! Love the close up of the face. These are amazing photos. Thank you for sharing

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  9. Stella, you inspired me to photograph a grasshopper on my hibiscus the other day. I'm not sure if the pic will ever see the light of day on the blog, but it was fun to think I was you, for a few minutes! ;)

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    1. Woot woot! Thanks for making my day! I hope we get to see the pretty hibiscus and grasshopper :O)

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  10. Amazing capture. So pretty. The texture of the butterfly looks so delicate! #mysundayphoto

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    1. They do seem more delicate then other butterfly's somehow.

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  11. What a lovely and unique butterfly.
    Please come link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/double-play-on-way.html

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    1. They look amazing when they are ready to mate, the pair flitter around each other in the prettiest dance.

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  12. Oooh, just keep that butterfly away from my cabbages!

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    1. We have such trouble with growing vegetables in our garden between the caterpillars (and butterflies) and the snails. I haven't even bothered to try growing cabbages.

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  13. Stunning! I love all the detail and the different views. Great images!

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  14. Always lovely to see a butterfly. These white ones just won't sit still enough in my garden for a photo!

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    1. I think this one was newly emerged from the cocoon and still pumping it's wings out to their complete fullness and that is why I was able to capture her. They move so fast and although I have tried many times this was the first time I was able to capture one and she just sat there for a while and let me take photos.

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  15. Oh wow, these are great shots. The features are so clear!

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