Very Pretty. I can't remember seeing one before. Roy.
Thank you ROY
I was trying to photograph a black cap when this appeared/settled near to the footpath. Surprised it was accepted for GE but pleased. This is the (handsome)male. Females look similar to cabbage white. I think they're quite common. I certainly see them yearly without searching for them. (One in our garden last weekend!)
wow! i dont think i ever seen these ones! we were couple of days ago for a walk on aberlady bay and after few hours on way back we noticed butterflies :) the usual brown coloured ones... never got shot though- they were just flapping around. is not too early for them? but then again- its almost like summer :)
black cap... got one shot a year ago, since then never have seen any around here.
Find these flowers Unda & you might see these male butterflies. This is an early one. So not too early for this specie.
I've recently been reading a book "The Butterfly Isles" by Patrick Barkam. A very interesting book I didn't know Britain had 60 variieties of butterflies. The author set out to see all 60 in one year (March -October)!!!
Hi Judith a nice capture colour shows well.A nice shot if they will stop still long enough.A LIKE Regards Alan
Sincere greetings from Taiwan to the UK.
Thank you ALAN this one seemed happy to pause for a while!
ENSON Thank you for theloke & your visit & comment, greetings to you from Scotland.
Thanks Steve I've seen many recently but none as obliging as this "guy". Perhaps he'd not long woken up!
Una meravigliosa farfalla splendidamente fotografata sui fiori,mi piace moltissimo,L+F,con amicizia,Antonio
Antonio your visit & lovely comments are appreciated.
Thank you too for the like & fav'.
Best wishes, Judith.
Wonderful photography and beautiful! I give LIKE. Kind regards from Czech Republic. Roman
Que fotografia maravilhosa!
Saudações do Brasil,
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