Silver-studded Blue (120)
|Several days ago in my photo gallery a real revolt has begun. It was reaching crises point for a long time. And who, you think, was its instigator? Yes, you are right, these nice butterflies.|
I usually photograph in vicinities of my country house. These are the former agricultural fields, allocated by the state to the townspeople for gardening in the end of 1980th years. In this district there are not a lot of butterflies. Many of them are not remarkable. When I have joined to TN, I was amazed with magnificence of the butterflies living in various parts of globe. Since then I hesitated to share my butterfly pictures. In my TN collection there are only three photos of butterflies:
On the rest
On envy to fashion woman.
It is clear, that such my position has displeased in group of my butterflies. To eliminate this injustice, I have decided to present my small collection in the chronological order.
This is the second picture of a butterfly, taken by me for all my photo life, and the first shot taken by my macro lens right away after of its purchase. The first shot is this butterfly picture On the rest taken by my first common zoom lens (28-75 mm).
Updated later. Title has been corrected too!
Many thanks Argus and Uleko for help with correct ID.
The incorrect information:
This is common blue butterfly. The information on it can be found, for example, here
Common blue - Polyommatus icarus
Polyommatus icarus (Russian).
The correct information:
It is a sole species of butterflies, which is much widespread in our edges. This species is well known to TN members also is well studied. About this butterfly see Silver-studded Blue.
I hope that my butterflies stated the discontent with me not vainly, and you will accept them in our TN family.