Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Skippers are so hard for me to even try to ID..and they never sit long.. Great catch...
I think they are called Skippers for a reason. Maybe they should be called 'flitters'. MB
Gorgeous. What a great shot.
He may not have sat long but it was long enough for a really nice shot of his fuzzy little self!(Round The Bend)
Wonderful clear details, a real beauty!
Great photo of his hairy little self! Very detailed!!
Wonderful details, a great capture!
Oh you just brought back memories for me, I used to catch these as a kid!
They never do sit for very long do they!?!? It's such a beautiful photo!!
Cute and sort of fluffy. Nice macro!
Oooh my favorite skipper! It skips and skips but when you capture it, it's worth it!
Great picture! They are fast, aren't they? We have them here too, different species, of course.
Bonjour sweet butterfly, you are adorable posing in this picture!purrs and loveLunaWe love Luna
Amazing butterfly!!Macro Monday
Wow - gorgeous macrophoto! Nice details!
Stunning detail and the green curlicues look like a butterfly too.
Very pretty! Nicely done! Cathy
Great macro shot. Love it.
Excellent...and the curl of the vine is a great addition to your photo...well done.My Macro is Nautical And I also added a bit about a new meme I'm inviting everyone; if you'd like to join in on the challenge. Come over and find out what day on which it will take place....join me?Hope your Monday is treating you well.
Butterflies have a lot to do in a short time ;-)
very pretty, lovely shot
Well done, EG! Such a clear macro. Don't think I've ever seen such a fuzzy butterfly before.[My mosaic for next week is done too ;-) ]
A Deleware Skipper? That's his name? Never heard that before but I've seen these lil guys!Very cool shot, WoW!
A beautiful macro shot, super detail, sue,x
wow very pretty
You have such furry butterflies up there in the north country...maybe he's getting ready for winter?
Great photo!I also shot a butterfly today :)http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/08/09/Macro-Monday-mO.aspx
If it did not stay still very long, then you are to be doubly congratulated that you captured it so well!
Stunning macro! love the details .
Thanks for the photo. I've been trying to identify a butterfly. It's not this one but it's close enough that I think it's in the same family.
Great done macro!
Lovely macro! I know it is very dfficult to take pictures of those small bugs.
Adorable little fellow! You caught him unaware, lol.
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