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    Taken on the 19th. These are speckled wood, Female orange tip and Peacock.
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    Super photos, Joe. That second one of the Orange Tip (f) is really special!

    (Wish I'd taken it!)

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    Thank you catherine. My knees got very wet for that shot.

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    LOL - what we go through to get our shots, eh? I see that the Orange tip is on white flowers... again. They seem to like them

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