Canon 7D; tripod; remote release; 180mm, 1/125s at F10 and ISO160
After I photographed the Marbled Fritillary I was on my way back when I saw a little orange butterfly. I made some photos but unfortunately the butterfly
The next day the sun was shining again but fortunately the temperature was still pleasantly so I decided to climb up again (with heavy backpack and tripod).
On the exact place as the day before I found the little orange guy again: a Purple-shot Copper (Lycaena alciphron). This male butterfly was driving me crazy as he defended his place very well which means that every butterfly, every big fly, every dragonfly which came near, get chased away. But, after changing the position and the height of my tripod for at least 50 times he stayed for a few seconds....
Part III will follow soon!