Photographer to capture images of significant endangered butterflies flying to the flowers


Sometimes, it stops paying and the smell of flowers.

A photographer captured a remarkable photograph of an endangered butterfly flying to flowers in the nature reserves in the UK, the British news Agency SWNS reports.

Andrew Fusek Peter spent two hours in the Shropshire Hills capture the image, which shows the exact moment a fritillary leaf Thistle at Brook Vessons nature reserve.

These incredible near-image display, two of the UK's most rarely seen and endangered butterfly gracefully took flight from a flower in a nature reserve. (Credit: SWNS)

These incredible near-image display, two of the UK’s most rarely seen and endangered butterfly gracefully took flight from a flower in a nature reserve. (Credit: SWNS)

“It requires a lot of technical skills and of course a camera to shoot high speed. Plus a lot of persistence,”he explained. “I chased them around this area for two hours trying to get in position in the grass and Thistle. I think I ran a half marathon trying to get these shots.”

Nevertheless, he said he was”pleased”with his photo shoot, the increase of the reaction he has from the bystanders is”incredible.”

(Credit: SWNS)

According to ButterflyConservation. org was, the small pearl bordered fritillary”is still widespread and locally abundant in Scotland and Wales, but has undergone severe decline in England.”

SWNS reports the population of butterflies has declined 76% in the UK since the 1970s.

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