Butterfly project After visiting Artis Zoo in Amsterdam last Sunday, I gave myself an assignment for this summer: visit the butterfly gardens of Artis Zoo, Blijdorp Zoo Rotterdam and Antwerpen Zoo - Belgium. Animal photography has never been in my interest, let alone that I'd set out for day and dew to photograph special birds etc. Last year I'd already visited the butterfly garden in Blijdorp Zoo and noticed that you actually roam freely among hundreds of butterflies, but that they are barely sitting still and if they do, they are gone when you approach them with a camera. I know the basic zoom lens 18-55 mm is barely adequate for things like this, but since my last open heart surgery in September 2018 I do have an extra problem and that's an irreparable strong and irregular heartbeat that makes my body fluctuate considerably. Unfortunately lens and/or body stabilization do not really work in my situation. Slower shutter speeds or a bit more telephoto, it's all not impossible, but very difficult. Still I don't feel like dragging a tripod continuously, so, my challenge on several fronts is there, I won't be bored in the coming months. (who can help me with the name of the unknown butterfly species (#3) - I'm grateful in advance) Gerard (Heliconius hecale) (Caligo atreus) ???