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UK butterfly hunters will know that the swallowtail which we get here in the UK is the largest of our native butterflies, and one of the rarest, restricted to a few sites in the Norfolk Broads; I have failed on every attempt to find them deliberately. Anyway, we were out on a family outing yesterday, No DSLR with me, no macro lens, no flash. We called in for a drink to a tea shop at the back of a church which had a bit of a flower garden, and there they were. So taken with a Sony NEX-7 and a 1960 vintage Leica 135mm f4 Elmar, except for the last one which was a Voigtlander 40mm f1.4, neither of which focus particularly closely, so these are cropped a fair bit as well. I know they aren't real "macros" in the true sense, but thought you might like to see them anyway....