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Brimstone

RyanB

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Premium Member
Never managed to get a shot of one of these till I got lucky today.

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Stephen F

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And a lovely fresh specimen to boot, great shots. Must get up to my local haunt as weather forecast is good for the next 3 days at least.
 

RyanB

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Premium Member
And a lovely fresh specimen to boot, great shots. Must get up to my local haunt as weather forecast is good for the next 3 days at least.
Thanks Stephen, hope your'e actually out taking advantage of that weather. Looks like I'm stuck in today!:(
 

Stephen F

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Over did things on Friday a bit so resting up today but hope to get out tomorrow with the camera and macro on. By the way that is the male Brimstone as the females often get overlooked as they are virtually white and get mistaken for large white's. One of mine from a few years ago.

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RyanB

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Premium Member
By the way that is the male Brimstone as the females often get overlooked as they are virtually white and get mistaken for large white's. One of mine from a few years ago.
Nice shot, they are pretty critters when they hold still long enough to appreciate them. Cheers for the info, I shoot anything that moves so I doubt I will be overlooking them any time soon.:D
 
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