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Welcome to my blog.
 

I will now be posting new images again quite regularly, with a combination of new images from this year and a range of photos from my extensive backlog.
 

Please feel free to browse any of the respective galleries using the links in the blog or through the site menu.
 

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Clouded Yellow, Holly Blue and Small Skipper

May 06, 2019
Clouded Yellow, Holly Blue and Small Skipper In addition to Fritlllaries and Large whites, I had opportunity to photo 3 other species of butterfly whilst camping in Ital...
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Spotted Fritillary

March 25, 2019
Spotted Fritillary The most abundant species of butterfly on my trip to Italy was the Spotted Fritillary. Quite a distinctive butterfly, it is, again, common across sout...
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Purple Gallinule

February 07, 2019
Purple Gallinule I always enjoy having the opportunity on photograph something new. And holidays often bring those opportunities, as long as I can negotiate some photogr...
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Reflection pool - part 1

January 21, 2019
Reflection Pool - a taster One of the things I have wanted to try for a while was a reflection pool. I have seen some excellent photos taken at these pools and fancied t...
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Knapweed Fritillary

January 18, 2019
Knapweed and Heath Fritillary One of the other species of butterfly I found alongside the Mincio River, was the Knapweed Fritillary. Whilst they are widespread and commo...
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