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Tagged as Albuquerque, Albuquerque Biopark, butterflies, butterfly, Erato Longwing, flowers, Heliconius erato, insects, nature, New Mexico, NM, outdoors, photo, photography
What a beauty!
Thank you Lisa, Kerri and Dusty. I love photographing butterflies. I particularly like longwing species. They’re challenging because they don’t want to land on anything. I waited this one out.
Wow! Incredibly stunning images of a most beautiful butterfly! The colors and wing pattern is out of this world!
Isn’t this one a beauty? I followed and followed, hoping that he’d land on something so I could take hie photo. Thank you for your very kind comment. 🙂
I don’t know much about butterflies, but I do know when I see something I like. And I do like these photos. I have never seen butterflies like them. I guess I should pay more attention to the flying insect world. 🙂
How lucky you are to get this image of this most beautiful butterfly 🙂
Thanks Bob and Cynthia. I’m quite partial to to longwings. Yes, butterflies and dragons make excellent photo subjects.
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