CS #618 - And the Point is?

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I like to composition Bob. Great control of the depth of field too!

Terrific shooting, Bob. I can't ID the little critter, but you've surely provided enough detail for someone knowledgable to do so.

Bob, it looks like a Cabbage White or Pieris Rapae .
Thanks folks.
Yes, Pieris rapae is one possibility that I considered, but I had forgotten that the pale yellow is one variant. Thanks, Dave.
 
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Apologies for yet another lousy iPhone shot, a selfie to boot! :oops::mad:
My new hat makes the point of why we all are here! And it is on top of my head, my point!

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Point of entrance, or exit.
This is the dirt road through the Red Deer project enclosure. At both sides there are cattle traps to keep the Deer in. The info signs are at these points. It's a semi-public road, privately owned by the nature org . No cars allowed, but farmers drive their tractors over it. At the left of the picture, you can see a bit of the gates that horseback drivers use. It pivots on a pole in the middle and closes by gravity, can't find the English name for it.
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Sorry, late to the game again. Busy...
Point of entrance, or exit.
This is the dirt road through the Red Deer project enclosure. At both sides there are cattle traps to keep the Deer in. The info signs are at these points. It's a semi-public road, privately owned by the nature org . No cars allowed, but farmers drive their tractors over it. At the left of the picture, you can see a bit of the gates that horseback drivers use. It pivots on a pole in the middle and closes by gravity, can't find the English name for it.
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Always better "late" than never, Harold! Thanks for joining in.
 
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