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Six-spot Burnets.

From a few a couple of days ago to loads today.





I like these impressive day flying moths.

No1 with the 50mm+ec14,No2 with the 50-200+ec14.
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Re: Six-spot Burnets.

Great close ups......love the sheen on the dark areas and the one at the top in #2 resting on the elbow looking uninterested...lol

Found one yesterday and had to hold the grass stem to steady it and twist it round for a better pov ...but ended up with him on my hand and when I tried putting him in a pose on a Clover he had had enough and flew.

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Re: Six-spot Burnets.

Both are fantastic, but number 2 just has the edge for me
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Re: Six-spot Burnets.

Really like No 2, the oof background with its slight diagonals suits it.

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Re: Six-spot Burnets.

Dear Andy,

Absolutely outstanding photos, they have made my evening, pure quality.

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Re: Six-spot Burnets.

Thank you I was rather pleased with these.No1 is my fav.Tricky focusing weather,very windy.

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Re: Six-spot Burnets.

real nice shots Andy so sharp and thanks for the lens information it helps me a lot surprised with the 50.200mm and ec4 I will have to try close ups with this combination.JohnR.
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