My macrophotography. Lots of bugs -- flowers, water and other things if I can't find fauna. (Click on a photo to enlarge, click again for an even greater enlargement.)
you say. I think this is an American Painted Lady who didn't want to be photographed. MAYBE SHE WAS " COPYWRITED? ". ... GEE.. HOW CAN ANYONE .... copy write nature?? SUCH SILLINESS. ITS just A BUTTERFLY. AND YOU " COPYWRITE IT" ON A PIECE OF PAPER. ?? HAHAHAHHAHAHA. DO YOU THINK YOUR PHOTO GRAPH IS GOING TO CHANGE THE ORDER of the UNIVERSE??. will it affect science?? does it give a NEW meaning to esotaric?? creativity?? . colour and form?? its JUST A BUTTERFLY!!!!!!!!!!!! doing what BUTTERFLYS DO!!!!!. if someone copys your photo, are you going to give the BUTTERFLY ROYALTIES??? hahahahahha.. such silliness. .
The word is spelled, "Copyright."I'm not making butterflies, I made a photograph.Oh, "its" is the possessive form while I think you meant, "it's" which is the contraction of "it is."If someone buys my photograph, I pledge to plant more bushes of the type the butterfly likes.I think one question mark or exclamation mark is quite sufficient. Please shout somewhere else. Such silliness. If you want someone to take you seriously, then I suggest you run a grammar and spell-checker on your writing first.
And my post was a JOKE (but it is copyrighted)!
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