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Old 1st of May 2008 (Thu)   #1
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Old 1st of May 2008 (Thu)   #2
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Unreal; an amazing image.
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is it eating a flower? nice composition
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Now you're just showing off...
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Old 2nd of May 2008 (Fri)   #5
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Excellent shot Alistair
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Very nice indeed! :0=)
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WOW Alistair, this is perfect, eye detail is spot on mate.
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hate you and your mpe65 not fear for us people who cant buy one! Brilliant shot tho!
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what's he up to - cutting strips of greenery? You are getting in very close or is this a close crop of a larger image?
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Thanks everyone for the comments, much appreciated.

Toby, this is the original, no crop. I got shots all the way from x1 to x5. He was very co-operative. He was just holding on, with his body hanging off the edge of the dandellion. I will process the rest of the shots so you can see how he was.
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Hiya Alistair,

Superb shot, what else can I say amazing !!!

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