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Subject: [Leica] [OM] IMG: Yellow Sulfur Butterfly
From: photo at (Nathan Wajsman)
Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2016 08:11:37 +0200
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As you note, the composition is a bit messy but with a critter behaving like 
this there is not much you can do?and a cluttered picture is better than no 


Nathan Wajsman
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> On 23 Sep 2016, at 18:58, Jim Nichols <jhnichols at> wrote:
> The Yellow Sulfur butterflies that pass by are usually 30-40 feet in the 
> air and seldom investigate any flowering plants.  The lone exception 
> occurs when the Spider Lilies bloom in the yard.  They always approach the 
> flower from underneath, and seldom remain in one place for very long.
> My apologies for the cluttered background, but I had to take advantage of 
> a rare appearance.
> Comments and critiques welcomed and appreciated.
> -- 
> Jim Nichols
> Tullahoma, TN USA                     
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