Sunday, 20 September 2009

The Autumn. 190909. England.

Comma butterfly on blackberries.

Canon 40D + 24-105mm Canon IS lens. Fine jpeg. 1/80 @ f11. Hand held.

How often do we go out looking for this and end up finding that.

This the result of a woodland walk looking for fungi.

Copyright: Kevin Smith


madcobug said...

I have never seen a butterfly like that. It is beautiful. We probably don't have that variety here. Those blackberries made a perfect compliment to it. Great shot1 Helen

Kevin Smith said...


Thanks for your comments on the photos.

The Comma is a Euro species at least and I am not expert enough in the field to comment on its US range [if any]

Doreen said...

it looks almost as though the butterfly is carrying the berries. very colorful and pretty.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

It happens almost most of the times.

Very nice photo.

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