Sep 142005

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This is another shot of the Sulphar I posted on Monday. I find it amazing just how much colour is really in these butterflies. When I first looked at it, it was a pale yellow, almost brown, but this image shows its true colours, yellows, greens, reds, blues plus some purple and brown.

Tonight I start a 12 week portraiture course. I have to say that it is my weakest photographic technique and I have always thought people are the hardest subjects to shoot.

 September 14, 2005  Posted by at 10:30 am Butterflies, Insects, Macro, Nature, September 2005  Add comments

  3 Responses to “14. A Rainbow of Colours”

  1. I really love the different display of colours in this picture. It is such a nice, bright happy picture

  2. Perfect camouflage outfit if it landed on a bowl of rainbow sherbet.

  3. I really enjoy your comments Marj. You have such a different outlook on my photos!


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