Butterfly & moth sharing a flower

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    Good timing and exposure. Im pretty sure thats a bee though! :lol:
     
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    Here's a closer shot of a "hummingbird" moth.

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    Haha I was thinking the same thing!
     
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    yeah, great timing, that's one you'll never see again. hope it's not photoshoped, great job! and cool wings on the second one

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    No Photoshop, only slightly sharpened and re-sized with Faststone Image.

    It was taken with my Sony a100 & my 70-210 f4 "beercan". I actually had the butterfly in focus when the moth flew into the picture. The close up of the moth was taken a few days later because somebody thought it was a bee. Thanks for looking and the comments !
     

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