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European peacock butterfly on a white bluebell flower

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Heath fritillary (Melitaea athalia)

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trying out my new loawa 100mm macro in the garden

my flickr
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Cydalima perspectalis (buxusmot in Dutch)
Caught on the inside of our kitchen window

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Not a friend of many people, since the caterpillar of this species destroys all buxus plants.
If anyone thinks: "That sky looks familiar", well it's my first attemp with a standard sample of the sky replacement tool in Luminar 4, trying to improve the boring sky (and hide the dirty window )
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very pretty, Fred!
and a very clean window!
does it work well, that tool? bombarded with offers to buy Luminar, On1 and so on, but obv. bought Luminar 2018 as part of that year's 5DayDeal.
(speaking of... skies -and obv. into all kinds of glowing phenomena- just saw a 'lighting night cloud' aka noctilucent cloud. and guess what? (I saw after I grabbed a camera?) ).


speaking of ...caterpillars?














they multiply!


look once and you'll see none. look again and you'll see thousands...



juvenile box-tree moth


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(2019-
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Originally posted by angora angora wrote:

very pretty, Fred!
and a very clean window!
does it work well, that tool? bombarded with offers to buy Luminar, On1 and so on, but obv. bought Luminar 2018 as part of that year's 5DayDeal.
(speaking of... skies -and obv. into all kinds of glowing phenomena- just saw a 'lighting night cloud' aka noctilucent cloud. and guess what? (I saw after I grabbed a camera?) ).

speaking of ...caterpillars?


Thanks Ine!
The tool works very well and easy. Just recently grabbbed an offer combined with a coupnon code. Couldn't let it go for that price.

Lucky you with the noctilucent clouds! Managed to capture them last year.
last year remember?

I haven't seen the caterpillars here yet. They look nice, but a petty they are so destructive on the buxuses
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