Butterfly

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  1. Sontizzle

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    this one isnt that good but i thought it was neat to capture both the butterfly and the bee on the same plant!

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    Amazing shots! So clear!!
     
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    very cool shots. check out one of my butterfly shots:
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    Both great shots, perhaps the first could use a touch of fill flash but excelent none the less and wonderfull composition in them both.

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    they are very beautiful, lovely colours, and your right that one with the butterfly and the bee is very cool!
     
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    thanks! im against using my on camera flash because i dont like the results. i need to purchase another flash.
     
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    i shot a few with 2 bees on one plant but they came out blurry due to not using a tripod :confused:
     

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