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Location: Kitt's Grave
The lovely gliding flight of the White Admiral is a welcome sight in early July but this year a long hot spell saw them emerging in mid June. They can be a difficult butterfly to photograph as they rarely settle and when they do it’s often too high to photograph. When you see a lovely fresh individual of a difficult species and it’s showing itself well the pulse quickens and anxiety levels rise until you know you’ve got the image.
All prints are made on Ilford Galerie Prestige Smooth Pearl paper. Its high dynamic range coating make it excellent for producing images with superb clarity, high sharpness and excellent colour gamut. The high-density, resin coated heavyweight base and smooth pearl finish eliminates glare and fingerprints