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Butterfly Eating

Uploaded by: Proserpina

Saturday August 17, 2013

Fairfax, VA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: "How soft indeed the song of butterflies eating." ~~Takayama Kyoshi

Manufacturer: Canon


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Metering Mode: Pattern

Flash: Flash did not fire.

Focal Length: 300.0 mm

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4. Proserpina
6:38 PM GMT on August 30, 2013
Thank you Kevin. I used telephoto lens for this shot. I do have a macro lens but I do not like use it, I get better photos with the telephoto lens.
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3. calkevin77
6:30 PM GMT on August 30, 2013
Those are some great shots and great timing. I take it you used a macro lens for some of these?
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2. Proserpina
11:59 PM GMT on August 17, 2013
HI, it is a summer hydrangea. Mine is trained into a little tree. Usually there are tons of bees, butterflies, and assorted flying bugs on this hydrangea. This year hardly a been and not even one large butterfly. When I saw this little one today I was very happy!
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1. WeatherWise
11:11 PM GMT on August 17, 2013
Pretty! Really shows up against
the white? What is that?
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