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kklaus Aug 2, 2005 4:01 PM

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Mostly posted in the Panasonic-Forum, captured with FZ20 without

any other lenses. Just (cropped) and resized, little bit sharpened.The last 2 weeks, there were some guests in my backyard :



meadow brown





kklaus Aug 2, 2005 4:02 PM

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map butterfly



kklaus Aug 2, 2005 4:03 PM

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the comma



kklaus Aug 2, 2005 4:03 PM

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the brimstone



kklaus Aug 2, 2005 4:04 PM

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unknown (wingspan ~1cm)



kklaus Aug 2, 2005 4:05 PM

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Comet butterfly (argema mittrei) butterflypark shot, 1[suP]st[/suP] day after metamorphose,

Wingspan over 20cm, captured with my old Nikon Coolpix 2000

not in my backyard:G



seemolf Aug 2, 2005 4:15 PM

klaus, keep on posting!

I enjoy all these butterflies!
The other one in the panasonic forum is too difficult for me!
But very nice!!

It is a good idea to use the closeup forum!

sven - kiel, a nearly butterfly-free region

this is private:
ps: ich hätte da höchstens ein Tagpfauenauge zu bieten, sniff
Wir sollten noch den Tip finden, wie man mehrere Bilder in ein Fenster bringt.
Ich hatte dafür weder die Zeit noch die Lust.


kklaus Aug 3, 2005 2:59 PM

Thanks for the comments

greetings

Klaus

ps.

Das würde mich auch mal interessieren, wie man mehrere Bilder in einen Post kriegt.

Aber jetzt nicht zuviel deutsch, sonst gibts noch aerger:mad:

Klaus

Stevekin Aug 3, 2005 3:26 PM

kklaus wrote:
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Aber jetzt nicht zuviel deutsch, sonst gibts noch aerger:mad:

Klaus
Thank you Klaus, yes it can get a little annoying, but only because I don't know what is being said ;).

I like all of these butterflies, you have some lovely species in Germany. And you have taken them and presented them well !!

I particularly like No.4, the plainest.It's almost like it has turned itself into a couple of leaves for camouflage.

:cool:

Stevekin.

seemolf Aug 3, 2005 3:40 PM

well steve....
I just asked him how the senior members manage to get several pictures in one post.
This is a lack of knowledge I would never talk about in a non native language!
sven

Stevekin Aug 3, 2005 3:56 PM

seemolf wrote:
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well steve....
I just asked him how the senior members manage to get several pictures in one post.
This is a lack of knowledge I would never talk about in a non native language!
sven
You just did Sven :?.

I did actually understand what was being saidby using an online translator and was just thanking Klaus for suggesting that you don't use too much German for us lazy members who don't learn a second language as well as you both have.

It was meant lightheartedly and no offense intended 8).

In answer to your question though, when you have copied and pasted the url of your image into your post, just press return on the keyboard and then go and copy the url of the next image you wish to add to the post .

Pressing return just moves the cursor to the next line as usual, but means that your images will be placed vertically.

Of course, each time, you need to click on insert image. The trick is simply to press return in between.

Hope this helps.

Stevekin.



seemolf Aug 3, 2005 4:38 PM

thanks stevekin!!!!

this may help us to look like senior members.


klaus,

the last pictures are fantastic, try to stay with this quality!
There is a living butterfly exposition in Kiel, my FZ5 was waiting for this opportunity

sven

Particle_Man Aug 3, 2005 5:38 PM

Some really excellent shots there! Makes my shots feel very amateur :)

kklaus Aug 7, 2005 2:11 PM

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And here is anotherone from today, a red admiral with a little wing problem

greetings

Klaus




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