really are pretty creatures! God's little flying blossoms.
Wonderfull photo!!! Your blog has a fantastic artwork!!!Greetings fron Spain, Maribel M.B
I can't tell you how much I love butterflies...The one you captured is beautiful...Being new at photography, I want to ask you a question...are you getting these great shots with a special lens or is the cropping that makes them look so close....I ask because all of your photographs are incredible.....
TexWisGirlAbsolutely,I could watch them for hours,it's their fragility as well asbeauty that makes so appealing.
Muñoz BautistaWelcome to my blog Maribel, and thankyou so much for your comment.
NancyAs you can probably tell I love butterflies too.For practical purposes I use a NikonCoolpix 500 with a Nikon 36 x optical Nikkor zoom lens.Sometimes I use my Sony DSC-HI with a 12 x optical zoom Sony lens, it depends on the circumstances.I do a little cropping but try not to use too much because of the grain effect.The one vital thing you need is patience.Goodluck.:)
I particularly like the distinctive key-pad. There are not many iphones that look like butterflies.x
Ian That was not my intention,but it's all in the eye of the beholder,somepeople see flying blossoms, and some iphones!!:(
i love nature and every lovely creature. butterflies are just one of the many but they are the sweetest.
PsychelynI understand,because butterflies are my favourite insect too.Thankyoufor your comment:)
Twoje zdjęcie motyla jest śliczne, ale chciałabym już je zobaczyć w ogrodzie. Pozdrawiam. *** Your picture of a butterfly is beautiful, but I'd have to see them in the garden. Yours.
GigaI could not agree more.We try to capture their beauty but nothingcompares to seeing the real thing in the outdoors.Roll on Spring!!:)
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