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Taken at Kuranda butterfly sanctuary, far north Queensland with nikon D700 70 – 300mm lens (at least I think tis a Ulysses??)
butterfly, wings, macro, nature, insect, ulysses, papilla ulysses joesa, jenny dean
Thanks so much for taking time to look at my pictures and to comment and even better fav them :) Apologies if I don’t respond to comments but I do always try to reciprocate comments when able to. Have a nice day LOL JD
Yes I agree it’s a ulysses matey. The buggers close their wings as soon as they land. He is a beauty.Will possibly be up your way in a couple of weeks xoxoxox ;)
Bill tells me Thurdsday 26th of May we will be in your town, just for one day on our way to Babinda Rock Pools :)
ru for real? that is great, I would love to catch up. Just checked diary, working until 3pm, come for dinner ???
– Jenny Dean
Bugger Bill tells me we will be in Cairns by then. We will be in Carins until the 3rd June. Will try to work something out :)) xoxoxox
I’ll send you my phone no. Swing by Etty Bay and meet our resident cassowarys, my shifts are forever changing so I could be doing anything by then.
Absolutely beautiful JD!!! The butterfly looks as though he is made of velvet, glossy and smooth! Gorgeous!! :)))
Thanks Vicki, I have a soft spot for butterflies ;) did you notice :))) nice to see you back in town :)
beautiful shot…. :)
Superb capture Jenny !
Stunning shot, Jenny.