Shooting butterflies

Photo of a black and white butterfly by me using a Nikon D750 with a Sigma 70–200mm f/2.8 lens.

I’m not into butterflies, by which I mean, I couldn’t tell you what type of butterfly this is by looking at it. I’m not not into butterflies either, at least from a photography point of view. I mean as far as insects go they aren’t bad looking, like spiders for example, those things are creepy.

Self taught software developer and photographer.

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Tim Wells

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Self taught software developer and photographer.

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