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Gorgeous, as ever Linda 🙂
Thanks Lisa. I’ve developed a real fondness for photographing butterflies this summer. 🙂
Wish I knew what most of these were..such lovely evanescent life, beautifully presented. Thanks Linda!
Thanks Cindy. Happy you like them. As always, just mouse over the butterflies to get both their common and their taxonomic names. . .
Linda, you have quite the talent for capturing stunning butterfly photographs! Each one more beautiful than the next. The dew covered monarch shot is awesome. Rich colors and terrific detail on each and every image in the sensational series.
Thanks Julie. I love taking photos of butterflies. They hold still so nicely to have their photos taken. 🙂
Wow! These are gorgeous. I almost missed them.
Happy you like them Scott! 🙂
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