Well, it’s a little late in the day but it’s still the last day of the month, and time for my ‘Photo of the Month’. Each month I pick my favourite image of the past month, although lately it’s often been more than one image. Most of my work involves landscapes, but sometimes I also stray into macro work. My dedicated macro equipment is in storage at the moment, but I have enough to get me through temporarily. I found two new (to me) species of butterflies this month. The first is an Anise Swallowtail, seen up on the top of Christmas Hill in the Swan Lake/ Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary. The second is a Lorquin’s Admiral I found at the Oak Bay Native Plant Garden. I trust you’ll enjoy them as much as I do.
Now go out and make some photographs!
P.S. Both images were processed using Lightroom 3.