Sunday, October 30, 2005

Cloudless Sulphur

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I've taken lots of butterfly pictures in the last few months. The little yellow ones fly so fast and so eratic, its difficult to get a good shot. At Playcard Swamp, I found these two waiting patiemtly on the edge of the swamp. Later I read that they sometimes land on the ground to lick some salt. (Phoebis sennae)
Nikon D70 & Nikkor 80-400mm at 400mm, 1/125s, f5.6, ISO 200

2 comments:

RW said...

That is very strange, will have to google butterflies licking salt. Nice capture at 400mm!!

Michael Czeiszperger said...

Wow, what a clean & crisp photo. I like it!