Monday, June 6, 2011

Peacock Pancy

Peacock Pansy, Junonia almana is a common butterfly around here. I took these photos at my birding patch  a little while ago.










     




























A post for Macro Monday.

12 comments:

  1. Outstanding. The color is just perfect.

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  2. the eyespots are really pretty!

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  3. I probably would have thought this one was a moth because of the coloration if you had not said it was a butterfly. It is so pretty. We have had a few flying about in the yard this weekend, but they really have not arrived as yet. Can’t wait. Beautiful photography.

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  4. Beautiful captures. That is a very pretty little butterfly.

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  5. Gorgeous details of the wings. Beautifully done.

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  6. Stunning...so, so beautiful.

    Winter Past for my link to Macro Monday. Do stop by when you get a chance. I'd love your company. Have a great week.

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  7. Nice details on this pretty little one.

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  8. Hi there - that’s a very nice picture - I like the way you have captured the eye stops on the wings.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

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  9. Perfect butterfly sitting so still with wings a part just waiting for you to snap a shot. Great pic. Mickie :)

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