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Old Apr 25, 2012, 9:41 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by boBBrennan View Post
Steven, your are nearly correct but not for the Cabbage butterflies. The males have but one(1) primary spot on each wing while the females have two(2) on each wing.
Well that's different than what I was going to propose about her proboscis but I stopped because I don't want to be banned from this forum...
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Old Apr 25, 2012, 3:55 PM   #12
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.....and while flaunting decent exposure in a 'white' capture how about this from yesterday.

I met Oscar (5-yrs) yesterday while out with a little different hardware setup, but white & bright is still the same challenge.

E-P3 with MMF-2 converter, EC20, 14-54 @ 28mm, SP @ 1/2500 f5.6, +7/10 EV

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