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Mating Six-spot Burnet Moths
Photographed at Brickfield Ponds Site in Great Wakering. There is a thriving colony of these moths at this site and all stages of it's life cycle can be seen during June and July.
Posted by Richard Kirton on July 22, 2010



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10:44 AM on October 4, 2010 
June Andrews
5:14 PM on July 26, 2010 
Hi Richard, Very good shot and as Jacquie said good DOF.
l had told Jacquie about how we first met you at Harwich and it is nice that we are all on my site together now.
Jacquie Rodgers
6:44 PM on July 24, 2010 
Hi Richard just had a look at your gallery on the Natural History website and they are really good, i especially like the gosling and the old man, brilliant. I shall add the site to my favourites and have another look later.
Jacquie Rodgers
3:43 PM on July 24, 2010 
Hi Richard you say you don't take many photos, well you certainly have an eye for it and also the patience to sit and wait for the right shot. I love photograpy, it is my hobby. Wish I could spend more time doing it. I have my own website too if you look at my profile you will find a link to it, Jacxpix photography.
Richard Kirton
5:45 AM on July 24, 2010 
Hello Jacquie
I really appreciate your comment about the Burnet moths. I used my Canon G9 but only wish that I had my new 7D with marco lens at the time. Although I do not take many pictures, I enjoy photography and running my Natural History Website at Perhaps we could all meet up one day.
Regards Richard Kirton
Jacquie Rodgers
5:29 PM on July 23, 2010 
I love these Macro shots Richard. Good DOF
regards Jacx

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