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The blue butterfly is gorgeous and so is the Fritillary. Great captures of the dragonflies, they always move around too fast for me. Gorgeous series of dragonflies and butterflies. Have a lovely weekend.
Beautiful photos. We have similar butterflies and the Goldenringed dragonfly here on the New Forest heathlands. I saw a common blue earlier this week.Assynt must be a wonderful wild place to explore. My OH spent a few days up there earlier this summer ( and the sun shone!).Hope you are OK in the Edinburgh floods!
What great photos! Thanks for calling attention to small creatures we don't often notice because of their size or speed of movement.
Great seeing all the butterflies and dragonflies. I hope someone can help identifying the dragonfly, I'm not sure what kind it is.
that blue butterfly is beautiful. and i love that third picture. so much color from butterfly & flowers... thanks for sharing all these wonderful pics. have a great day~
Neat photos.ID for the dragonfly: Steve Borichevsky at Shooting My Universe (www.shootingmyuniverse.blogspot.com) might know. He does lots of dragonfly photography.
The blue butterfly is gorgeous! I thought they were only found in the Amazon. Lucky you!
Great photos! You have such pretty butterflies there - such variety. We only have a few here.Don't know what the dragonfly is!
beautiful insects...lovely clicks J
I'm wondering if the Dragonfly is a kind of Chaser ... but there are several kinds! A beautiful selection of wildlife photos.
P.S. Some hours later ... Having just thought I was identifying a Chaser I had spotted over the w/e, I'm now fairly certain that 'my' dragonfly is a Skimmer - so now I'm feeling less sure about yours. Sorry!
Hi Caroline, thanks for thinking about it at least! I'll have more of a look around myself later i think. I like to identify things and need to know more about insects...
Great butterfly sightings - I found last year quite bad for butterflys but hopefully much better this year.
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