28 August 2014

Winged: tiny fly



A tiny fly on a buttercup.
Laajalahti, Espoo, 7.6.2014.

I'm linking to Winged.


36 comments:

  1. Pretty shots, I love the buttercups.. Have a happy day!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen! Have a great day!

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  2. Just wondeful and a fantastic color !
    Best regards, Synnöve

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    1. Thank you, Synnöve! I love the buttercups.

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  3. Ok, now I know...
    ...here is exactly the fly sitting on your buttercup I saw end of May in Germany! It flew to Finland, maybe your flowers are more beautifully there??? ;-)

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    1. Thank you Uwe! I'm not sure about the flowers, but the days are longer during summer. :-)

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  4. Hi Gunilla,
    Beautiful pictures of the fly on the beautiful yellow flower.

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  5. What a great and steady hand you have! I love the contrast!

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  6. Dear Gunilla,
    perfect captured, well done!
    Have a nice Thursday evening,
    moni

    Thanks if you visit my blog
    http://www.reflexionblog.de

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    1. Thank you, dear Moni! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  7. Esa pequeña mosca fotografiada con precisión sobre el fondo amarillo de la flor se convierte en un ser extraordinario.
    Un abrazo,

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    1. Thank you, Miguel! Enjoy your weekend!

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  8. Jag tycker man blir så glad av gula blommor. Och en liten insekt piggar upp bilden.

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    1. Tack Ulla! Jag håller med om att man blir glad av gula blommor.

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  9. Hi Gunilla!! Great shots of this little fly!!

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  10. Such an awesome macro! Love that yellow!

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  11. ja, den var riktigt liten. Fint fångat!

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  12. Love the deep rich color of the buttercups...and such an added plus with the fly captured on a petal.

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  13. I love the buttercup. They feature in an important scene in Ryn Shell's Dreaming Billabong series novel FIRE. The scene captures memories of my childhood in the Warburton Mountains of Australia and weaves them into a scene of romantic suspense and coming-of-age fiction. Thank you for the memories.
    My winged blog is http://www.gray-nomad.com/travel-blog/butterflies-of-far-north-queensland-ulysses-butterfly.
    I hope you can visit.

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