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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Sunday, 8 September 2019

WHAT A KERFUFFLE.

I'm still playing in Houdini and failing to get my head round it. I always suspected my mathematics were a little on the weak side of competence but have now proved it.
This is what I'm aiming for, it's from a file I downloaded from GitHub. I am slowly following the excellent tutorials produced by a Japanese chap called Junichoro Horikawa.
I suspect he concentrated whilst in school. I suspect his tutorials will see me out. Mind boggling they are but watching someone write Python fast and explain at the same time is education in itself.

Yesterday I found a couple of pristine Butterflies.
 RED ADMIRAL.
PEACOCK.

I wonder what this week will bring? Whatever happens enjoy your week.

10 comments:

  1. There have (should it be 'there has been'?) been a lot of red butterflies around this year. I love the word 'kerfuffle'. Not many people use it these days. I think I shall start a revival movement.

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    1. Butterflies have been seen in normal numbers here, the exception being the welcome influx of Painted Ladies.

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  2. Great to see your flutters. I'm sure I saw more in March this year than I have seen all Summer here.

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    1. John, it's been a bit wet for them this year.

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  3. Last year they seemed to be concerned that butterflies were desperately on the decline, Adrian, but this year seems to have been a bumper year for them.

    I'm with Graham with his revival movement. However, I think the movement will get a shot in the arm anyway, as I can see that the incidence of kerfuffles is starting to increase dramatically.

    Best wishes - - - Richard

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    1. Richard, I suspect Butterflies have good and bad years. I just hope the two above find somewhere to overwinter.
      I enjoy seeing our incompetent leaders running round like headless chickens, it limits the damage they can do and keeps them occupied.

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  4. Beautiful butterflies. Seems to me you guys are in the perfect place for a kerfuffle revival but I'll do my best to spread the word Down Under.

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    1. Pauline, It will remain amusing until the EU get an army then the Fourth Reich will start their nonsense in earnest or more likely in Spain and Poland. If you give Germans a square millimetre they take it as approval to rule continents.

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  5. Many butterflies here too this year.
    Beautiful photos.

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