Camouflage

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  1. ferny

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    and a b&w for kicks

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    Interesting picture, makes me wonder if moths know where to land to best take advantage of their color.
     
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    brilliant shot ferny, and i would say well spotted, i would have had a job to find that!
     
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    I think the colour shot is more effective here! :thumbup: :)
     
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    I only saw it because it flew past me and landed on the wall. :mrgreen:
    Thanks for looking and the replies. :)
     
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    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Sweet pic there pete. When I was looking at the colour versions I saw briefly that you wrote B&W for kicks. I thought... NOOooooo Not in Black and white please! Then I saw it and I really really like the black and white version better. The colour ones are still excellent, but the B&W one feels more 'arty' (whatever that is). It's great.
     
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    Good shot; I am glad you noticed the little guy. :) It never fails to amaze me how instinctively critters know where best to hide themselves. These images are great examples of that.

    I like the B&W, as well, but have no problem with that top one. Nice capture! :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks Vicky and terri. The b&w had a tiny bit more treatment rather than a straight conversion. I think I prefer it more, as a photograph. But the other two show off what I spotted first when I saw him.
     

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