Butterfly time again

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  1. doenoe

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    Went to Amsterdam zoo again last week. Offcourse wandered around in the butterfly exhibit :)
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    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    All of them are great, but 2, 6 and 8 are amazing.
     
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    Thank you :)
     
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    The focus on one is amazing! I assume those are butterfly eggs?

    #6 and 7 are great. Is 6 a moth?
     
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    WOW! All excellent shots! Now these would be neat to see in full 12mp beauty...

    Thanks for the share Daan!

    #1 is exceptionally cool!
     
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    thanks for the comments
    Yes, the one in #6 is a moth.........Attacus atlas or Atlas moth to be excact. And in #1 you can see some eggs, think they are from the Caligo eurilochus or Owlbutterfly (dont you just love Wikipedia, i can look all smart here while its all from the net :mrgreen:
     
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    wow these are amazing! # 6 is my fav by far.
     
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    OMG ... these are incredible

    I spent about 24 hours this spring over the course of a few days in the botanical garden for the butterfly exhibit ... I took hundreds of images ... I didn't come anywhere close ...
     
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    Wow those are amazing!!!!
     
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    Nature is soooo cool.
     
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    All are great photos. I can't pick out a favorite. So crisp and sharp I'm in envy. nice job!!
     
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    Woah, these are great images. Its making me very envious and wanting a macro lens
     

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