Posted on May 26, 2015
By Michael Griffiths
Sunrise: 05.00 Sunset: 09.12
Category: Butterflies, Insects, Invertebrates, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, Wildlife Photography Tags: Canon 500D DSLR camera., Canon EFS 60 mm f2.8 macro lens, Insects, Macro photography, Orange-tip Butterfly, Photography, Stourport on Severn, Wilden Marsh, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, wildlife photography, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Unbelievable. How do you do it?
Same way as you: point, shoot, camera settings and light. I suppose steady hands and an ability to contort my body is important too. Just who am I trying to fool? It’s all down to the lens, Tom.
Beautiful pictures. Love the first one.
Thank you, Sonya.
It sure looks like it has an attitude in the first picture. Enjoyed!
Thanks. The first title that came to mind was: Grr… I’m an Orange-tip.
Fantastic shots. Love the first one.
Reblogged this on lepidopteralovers.
That is a beauty!
Wow! Such beautiful images! I’m not half as good in contorting my body to get great images 😉
Haha! You practice hard enough and you will be. 😉 Thank you.
Amazing photograph, it’s a privilege to see these insects in such beautiful detail. Thank you, Mike.
You are welcome, Cara. I’m please that you appreciate the image. 🙂
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