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Hey Ted, Here Are Some Speckled Woods

Pararge aegeria aka Speckled Wood


These are so easy but shy butterflies to me! They let me get close, but it is hard to let their wings open!

Ted, here are some males to your ladies! I’ve decided to Take pictures of them Right today.
Watch Ted’s Female Speckled woods:

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    • # Hong S

      emmm,, I saw a butterfly today on the roadside,,, it remind me of you,,,,I think you would love it ...

      2009.09.13 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Asalto

      Obrigado, por la fotos y por lo que aprendo de insetos.

      Muito obrigado.

      ;-)

      2009.09.12 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Asalto

      Obrigado, por la fotos y por lo que aprendo de insetos.

      Muito obrigado.

      ;-)

      2009.09.12 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Robel Narte

      Very nice set Rick , The shallow depth make the whole images very nice.. Very nice Bokeh...love that flash flare non the last image..
      TFS!
      Best regards ,
      rob

      2009.09.12 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lys

      Ricky te has acercado mucho. Tienes razón, estas mariposas no se posan con las alas abiertas.
      Feliz fin de semana

      2009.09.11 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Gerd Korts

      Well Ricky this is what bothers me too I have a million butterfly pics with closed wings

      2009.09.11 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lynda

      Not glamourous on the underside of their wings but pretty when fully exposed.

      2009.09.11 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Marsha

      Ricky, every day you post lovely shots of different little creatures. I think like Milton....you couldn't get these shots and poses from the creatures without them sensing your gentle spirit, that you admire them and mean them no harm....

      2009.09.11 Edited Reply Cancel

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