In my post yesterday, I mentioned that it was early June when the Common Blue had just taken to the wing. Well I was only a month out - those images were taking a month after they had really taken to the wing, and were in full mating mode. Today's pictures were the ones I got when they had first emerged and were taken before we went to North Uist at the beginning of May.
These images were of a number of different individuals, but wanted to share a photographic study of different compositions, plants and angles.
These were among the first images I took on the new 'old' 5D and with the fabulous Canon 180f3.5L macro lens. Let us know which if the styles shown here you like best and why?