Perhaps easy, perhaps not. It's just for fun though, so give it a bash if you feel like it.
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Got it...but what I want to know is how did you get them to fly past twice nearly identical?
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In reply to Alan.:
By gosh I have got it also. Very clever, how did you do it Paul? You can tell after everyone has had a go!
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In reply to Catlady:
Yep, got it too although went dizzy in the process !
lol @ Alan !!
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Alan W said:how did you get them to fly past twice nearly identical?
They were frozen stiff in that position. I merely waded out and made the necessary adjustments. :-)
In reply to Paul A:
A bit underhand I thought
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In reply to seymouraves:
Yup, me too, but I play spot the difference all day looking at moth photos!! Great shot(s) Paul!
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Got it and a good idea Paul.
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In reply to James:
Very clever, got it.
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In reply to Bobs_Still_Retired:
Yea at last I managed a puzzle!!!!
Lot to learn
In reply to gaynorsl:
I can see it too but there's something odd happening when pics enlarged by clicking rather than expanding??
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