Butterflies are so beautiful. But oh so hard to capture with my 24-105 mm L Canon lens on my Tanzania Safari. They come in so many different colors, sizes, textures, shapes, etc. And they have some lovely names like white pansy and emperor. So fun to watch these pretty little flying creatures.
On my Walking Safari in Private Serengeti, I had the chance to capture a few a shots as I had the advantage of going slow. My guide Richard and ranger Deo all got into it with me and helped me track down butterflies. This is one of my best captures. Look at that beauty. Anyone know the name of this butterfly species?
Wildlife photographer Russell MacLaughlin recently had one of this photos on Africa Geographic Twitter feed and I commented on how I had difficultly capturing these beauties and he replied, ‘not easy at all”. The quest to capture these beauty continues.
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