Photographing butterflies in flight

Photographing butterflies in flight

Mourning Cloak Mourning Cloak Butterfly, credit: Ryan Hodnett CC BY-SA 2.0 Nymphalis antiopa Family: Nymphalidae Wingspan: 45 to 75 mm, one of Ontario’s larger butterflies photographing butterflies in flight Description: wing margins are irregular. Upperside wings are a rich purple-brown with a bright yellow marginal band photographing butterflies in flight along the edges and bordered by a submarginal row of iridescent blue spots. Underside wings are dark brown with wavy thin black lines and a pale yellow border. Larvae: up to 55 photographing butterflies in flight mm; black.

8 Tips for Photographing Butterflies Photographing butterflies in flight
8 Tips for Photographing Butterflies Photographing butterflies in flight

Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers Photographing butterflies in flight
Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers Photographing butterflies in flight

Butterflies of Alabama: Glimpses into Their Lives (Gosse) Photographing butterflies in flight
Butterflies of Alabama: Glimpses into Their Lives (Gosse) Photographing butterflies in flight

Butterfly Conservation - Upper Thames Branch - Butterfly Photographing butterflies in flight
Butterfly Conservation - Upper Thames Branch - Butterfly Photographing butterflies in flight

Photographing butterflies in flight Butterfly Conservation Hertfordshire and Middlesex
Photographing butterflies in flight Butterfly Conservation Hertfordshire and Middlesex

Photographing butterflies in flight Butterfly and Moth Guide - Page 4 of 4
Photographing butterflies in flight Butterfly and Moth Guide - Page 4 of 4

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