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A bit tattered at season’s end. Always impressed how well they keep going even w/ worn wings. Fine pictures, thanks for the beauty!
Yes. Spring and summer birds and butterflies are on the wane. Waiting anxiously for fall and winter arrivals!
Nice catch. Never seen a Giant Swallowtail before.
They’re HUGE and lovely. This one was a bit tattered at the end of summer, but still beautiful. 🙂
A little tattered but no less beautiful. Terrific series of a most lovely butterfly! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Julie. I have a few more butterfly photos, and then butterfly season will be well and truly over. Looking forward to the return of Sandhills and Snow Geese!
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