Oh yes, the Clouded Yellow is my favourites, and you brought it out with your camera, cheers.
Ce papillon est ravissant ! bon we !!
Cute picture. Great trumpet butterfly shown. Yours.
Great Pictures! So NICE... I'm looking at this beautiful micro-world through your eyes!I wish you nice week end! Warm hugs,Rita.
I really like how you captured the coiled proboscis at one moment and then how you showed it stretching out to drink the nectar. Incredible!
very beautiful shots!
Bob BushellIt's a bright and cheerful sight, no wonder it's your favourite Bob.
Je suis d'accord Isa, c'est un bijou jaune.
GigaThank you Giga:) It was a lucky shot.
Rita VaselliThank you Rita:) These bright butterflies are an absolute joy to see, so pleased you like them.Have a wonderful weekend too.Hugs and kisses:=)
TerriThank you Terri:)Have a great weekend:)
MariaThank you! Yes, I was lucky to capture the proboscis in different positions.
The way it possed for you, wow!!You made great photo's. Overhere not many butterfly's to see helas. The has been cold for a long time and it's getting better now. I hope they are flying out with the warmth we have at the moment.Have a wonderful sunday Sonjia
HelloNice photo.You are a very talented photographer.Have a nice day tomorrow.Karin
Oh this is such a pretty butterfly! I have yellow ones coming into my garden. They flutter here and there very quickly. Also with your close-up I am not sure if it is the same butterfly that I have.
marijkeThey pose quite nicely on the Lantana, and seem to come back to the same spot when disturbed. So I always get a second chance to get a shot. I hope to see some butterfly shots in your garden soon:)Enjoy your Sunday Marijke:)
TrollstubbenThank you so much for your visit and your lovely comment:)
AdamThank you Adam:=)Thanks for stopping by, have a great Sunday.
StephanieIt could be the same butterfly. Sorry you could not be sure if it's the same one that you see in your garden.Enjoy your Sunday:)
Oh wow, you have photographed him very well, Sonjia. Especially the second and third one, on which we see the tongue so clearly. I love that beautiful butterfly. Excellent series. Greetings, Joke
A beauty. I haven't seen one for some time.
JokeThank you Joke:)I am pleased that the proboscis shows clearly on the photos, but I was unsuccessful in getting shots of the Clouded Yellow with wings open to show the brown margin, a rare sight but oneI love to see. Maybe next time!Have a good week:)
FrankYes indeed, a lovely butterfly, especially when the wings are open.Have a good week:)
Wonderful images:) Greetings
ZielonaMilaThank you for your very nice comment:)Have a good week!
Oh my goodness that seriously might be the most beautiful butterfly I've ever seen.
Optimistic ExistentialistIt is a beauty Keith, simple yet elegant. Thank you for passing by:)
Wonderful butterfly and superb photos!Many thanks for your sweet fidelity, you are patient with me!!I much appreciate your visits!
NoushkaThank you Noushka. I know how difficult it can be to visit blogs sometimes, when there are so many other things we want to do.I hope you had a good trip:)
Butterflies make and distribute life in this blog. I love the photos in which they are protagonists. Kisses
Mary BrownThank you so much:) They are my favourite insects to photograph. They fill me with joy, as does sharing them with all of you.
I love your title Breathtaking and I love these beautiful butterflies. Lovely portraits! Their green eyes and pink borders are so fun. I have not seen any lately, though they were here earlier. The birds find them tasty no doubt. Thank you for your comment. I would love to see your gardens. I promise that mine are being allowed to grow quite wildly right now.
CarolThank you Carol I like to have fun with my titles if possible! I saw a Clouded Yellow this afternoon, but unfortunately my camera was on the wrong setting. Only discovered my error a few mins ago:( One day I will probably show more of my garden, but it's definately the survival of the fittest on my patch.Thank you for passing by:)
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