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Our throw pillows are made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and add a stylish statement to any room. Pillows are available in sizes from 14" x 14" up to 26" x 26". Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.
Rice-paper Butterfly (Idea leuconoe) at the New Forest wildlife park. We ventured into the butterfly house, i dont like fluttering things and was... more
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Rice-paper Butterfly (Idea leuconoe) at the New Forest wildlife park. We ventured into the butterfly house, i dont like fluttering things and was quite concerned that i would not be able to handle going through but i did and had a great time dodging the butterflies, photographing as many as would stay still and wondering about their beautiful colours as the flitted from flower to flower. Have you ever noticed how drab they are on the outside and how beautiful they are on the inside of their wings? How iridescent they can be, there were so many delicate wings that had become tattered as they flitted about finding a mate and laying their eggs, it was sad to see such beauty so tattered but amazing to see the eggs through their cycle from the size of a grain of rice to a pupae waiting to fly.
I am Karen, i live on the Wirral in the North West of England. I am a wife and mother, i am a Photographer. I studied art and loved photography, it has now become a way of life. I am lucky to be able to spend a lot of time with my camera and it has brought me success, exhibitions and awards but it has ultimately brought me peace. I am enthralled by light and use my camera to capture that moment of softness or anger, new beginnings or days end, that emotional impact of the light at a given moment on the landscape. I keep going back to the sea and will spend hours waiting so i can make you feel what i feel when i capture a sunrise or a rainy day, a high sea or a calm moon lite night. You will often see me, my camera and trusty tripod...
James Lanigan Thompson MFA
A beauty of a capture, well done;) v/f
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