Six-spot Burnet by dochtersions ()
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The Six-spot Burnet, Zygaena filipendulae, is a day-flying moth of the family Zygaenidae.
This picture I made with my little old Sony, nearby our house.
I made a lot photo's of this butterfly in various poses.
But could not decide which was best to post here.
Taking a decision is difficult, because the pain in my eyes and face hinder me so much.
It cost me 'hours' to read and write decently ;-)
That's also the reason I'm not often on the Internet.
Although it seems I'm always in it, because my old P.C., I can't set off, LOL.
Hey Karel when will you buy a better one for me!!!!????
Well it's really hot here, about 33 degrees in the shadow, so our garden is pretty thirsty.
I think it's not so bad, I love the sun, and cycling is so fun to do now.
Thank you very much for your visit, and wishing you all a lovely day!
Better seen on zoom.
Image Comments (43)
Beautiful Mies!! Echt stom man al die pijn, toch knap dat je ondanks dat nog leuke dngen blijft doen zoals op deze site!:) Ik ben ook weer van plan op deze site te komen als het allemaal weer wat rustiger wordt straks, en ik mijn camera kan ontdekken!:) Liefs, Esther