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Wow! That is gorgeous butterfly. How do you get so close to your subject? Everytime I try to take a pic of an animal, they run/fly away :o)Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
Looks like he's on a rest stop. I agree, how did you get so close? Animals/insects go out of their way to avoid me - which is not necessarily a bad thing, you understand. *grin*Write From Karen
Whatever it is it's a stunner. So beautiful..!
Beautiful! Really nice composition on the photo too.
this is an amazing capture of these nature flying magic. well done
According to my Audubon book, I say it's a black swallowtail.
Beautiful I have not seen one in years.
Wow! What an amazing shot!
It's very pretty... I'm very bad with identifying anything in the wild that moves unless it's fish... but your photograph is very beautiful indeed.
That's a beauty. I'm hoping to see some of these for myself here. Thanks for the view!
Beautiful no matte what kind it is..
I don't know what it is, but it is absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
Absolutely beautiful! Keep the butterflies coming! :)
What a gorgeous photo!
I don't know either but its a beauty! I have only taken photos of Tiger Swallowtails.
Nice shot. You know, as I think about it, I don't recall all that many butterflies in Delta. I wonder why that is.....
Beautiful! Getting close means having patience and yours paid off.
Wonderful capture , no matter its name
An excellent capture, but I don't know which one it is either.I like your previous post on the hay baling as well. My Dad is almost 81, but he still wants to make hay. He is planning on someone else doing most of the work, but he has his heart set on raking the hay!
What ever it's name is it is a beauty... I have no luck at all with butterflies.. I must really make an effort to do better.Tom
That's lovely! And I really like that photo in your last past too, of the hay bale. Great shots.
Oh, I love butterflies very much and this one is really beautiful with those red spots on its wings.