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Uploaded: 09/26/11 10:18 PM GMT
The Beautiful Monarch
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Another capture of the Monarch that was still fluttering about the calendar gardens. I have not been back since, so not sure if it's still there? But it's not like I did not get a few shots of this lovely flutterby.

Thank you for commenting, kind of busy at work again, so will have to see how it goes this week, worked 10 hrs. today! a little extra moola for me, and more for uncle sam!

Tigs♥ =^..^=

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::biffobear
09/26/11 10:42 PM GMT
A beauty indeed..Have to admire you..Ten hours and then this...R.
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::Jimbobedsel
09/26/11 10:58 PM GMT
Very high quality shot, Sandi. Excellent color, and sharpness.
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JB
::0930_23
09/26/11 11:21 PM GMT
You were lucky to get so many greats shots of butterflies this past summer Tigz. We were lucky to see them.

TicK


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Cameras are like people--sometimes they lose focus.
.Tomeast
09/26/11 11:39 PM GMT
The colors and details are tops.!
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::SEFA
09/26/11 11:41 PM GMT
You are so good at capturing these beautiful butterflies Sandi, and this shot is no exeption. So beatiful with great lighting and clarity.
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SEFA
.snapshooter87
09/27/11 12:07 AM GMT
Another gorgeous shot, Sandi. Lots of complimentary vegetation.
A bit more crop on the right border and across the bottom would decentralize it and provide a bit more impact from the Monarch.
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.Roseman_Stan
09/27/11 12:19 AM GMT
Not only a beautiful flutterby shot but also a wonderful overall photo. Nice capture Sandi.
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"If I should leave this path of life today, I would carry the vision of Gods' rose blooms with me as I go......" -- Stan V. Griep
.Joanie
09/27/11 12:37 AM GMT
Another outstanding capture Sandi! So clear and the color brilliant!!!!
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::trixxie17
09/27/11 12:43 AM GMT
brilliant clarity and color - could be magazine shot!
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. . . "What a desolate place would be a world without a flower! It would be a face without a smile, a feast without a welcome." A.J. Balfour
.cynlee
09/27/11 1:00 AM GMT
Beautifully captured, Tigs. You sure it was the same butterfly each time? lol A little more moolah is always a good thing even if it has to be shared wit someone who did nothing to earn it. lol
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::DigiCamMan
09/27/11 1:04 AM GMT
Crisp and clear,nicely done.
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::palral
09/27/11 1:43 AM GMT
One again, Sandi, your postings continue to amaze me. Have you ever sent any of your stuff to National Geographic? Your work is truly flawless.

On a odd note, I caught a monarch butterfly and put him in a terrarium with the tarantula that I shot today. The monarch butterfly is an amazing creature migrating 1000's of miles. An hour later I couldn't find him. He must be part chameleon because he's invisible or something. Isn't that weird?

Roger
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::billyoneshot
09/27/11 3:27 AM GMT
He sure found the pretty and colorful flower. The detail of this guy is great.
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Billy
::danika
09/27/11 4:35 AM GMT
Your focus on the butterfly is spot on ... magnificent capture, Sandi.
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::Dunstickin
09/27/11 7:06 AM GMT
Brilliantly snapped!...
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::corngrowth
09/27/11 9:13 AM GMT
Like to agree with Richie's comment above, because, to me, he has hitted the nail right on its head.

Thanks for another beautiful image of a Monarch, Sandi. Very well done again!

Regards, Cornelius.
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::twinkel
09/27/11 10:02 AM GMT
The butterfly Queen strikes again ..lol..

Great shot, Sandi :o)
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Carpe Diem!
::Inkeri
09/27/11 10:07 AM GMT
Magnificent photo,Sandi.Super color and light.
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.marcaribe
09/27/11 11:35 AM GMT
Delightful photo of the orange Monarch Sandi!
I know they migrate south to the mountains of Mexico sometime in October. I made a donation to EFRC. They said shipping was free....they are not mailing me some exotic cat I hope.
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::LynEve
09/27/11 11:50 AM GMT
Perfect :)
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My thanks to all who leave comments for my work and to those of you who like one enough to make it a favourite. To touch just one person that way makes each image worthwhile. . . . . . . . . .. . . . "The question is not what you look at, but what you see" ~ Marcel Proust . . . . The aim of argument, or of discussion, should not be victory, but progress." ~ Joseph Joubert (1754-1824)
.Catharina1
09/27/11 2:01 PM GMT
High quality Butterfly work Sandi :-)! Mich
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Logun7
09/27/11 3:06 PM GMT
Amazingly Beautiful! The colors and clarity are superb Sandi:)
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.elektronist
09/27/11 3:08 PM GMT
Very well framed and captured, as all other butterfly photos of you, Sandi. 10 hours work a day... better than me... :)

Tanju
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::Ramad
09/27/11 3:10 PM GMT
A wonderful shot of this colourful Monarch Sandi. Very good clarity and DOF as well.
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::JQ
09/28/11 5:44 PM GMT
a fave, fab photography, i love the dof here and the colours and clairity blah blah blah! hehe
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.shedhead
09/28/11 8:28 PM GMT
Great shot,the compersition,and the Monarch,are outstanding,it,s one of the best shots,i,ve seen.
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::vangoughs
09/29/11 8:43 PM GMT
What a shot of this Beauty!!!!
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.icedancer
09/30/11 4:59 PM GMT
Truly a magnificent putterfly and he's truly gorgeous
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::nanadoo
02/07/12 9:55 PM GMT
sharp as a tack, beautifully composed, and the color is beautiful! the dof is very nice......great shot!
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